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Floor Plan 1

bright top-floor flat


share of freehold

Blackheath Conservation Area

3-mins to Blackheath Village

trains into central London

near boutiques, bars and bistros

superb local schools

chain free

A heartbeat away from Blackheath's centre is this worthy 1 bed top-floor flat. Conservation area, lovely views and a share of the freehold. Walk to trains, shops, restaurants, bars and the Heath in minutes. Chain free.

Taking the top-floor of this attractive Victorian semi-detached townhouse is this bright and airy apartment. The reception room has a wonderful south-westerly aspect and gorgeous views of All Saints' Church on the Heath and the handsome streets surrounding it. There's plenty of room for relaxing and entertaining in here while just outside, where the hall landing widens, is space that's ideal for a desk or extra storage. Steps down lead to a light and bright bathroom with a shower over the bath and a large boiler cupboard. Back on the upper level is a large double bedroom with a wide sash window and a charming kitchen with wood units, a Belfast sink with wall-mounted taps and a useful breakfast bar. Whilst the loft (which is large) is owned by the 3 co-freeholders, this is the only flat with access. It has been boarded out and can be used for storage. This is a lovely property that may appreciate some modernisation/cosmetic enhancement, but then, couldn't we all!

There are three flats in the building, which itself is a rather handsome late-Victorian townhouse. Blackheath Conservation Area was London's first conservation area and Wemyss Road is one of many tree-lined streets lined with fine period properties. The flat is being sold with a lease of over 950 years, a share of the freehold and no ongoing chain.

Walk to Blackheath trains in three minutes for regular services to London Bridge, Waterloo, Charing Cross, Cannon Street and Victoria. Blackheath Village is chock-full of independent shops, galleries, cafes, bars and restaurants while the Heath is a five minute walk through the Village. Blackheath High Junior School is a little further along this very street and the area is well-known for its schools. Local independents include Heath House, Blackheath Prep, The Pointer School, Riverston and Blackheath High. State primary options include John Ball, All Saints', Brooklands and St Margaret's while older kids fare well at Thomas Tallis. The Conservatoire is an arts centre that hosts an excellent selection of courses while Blackheath Halls lays on a thorough mix of concerts and exhibitions. Many superb seasonal events are held on the Heath (fireworks, concerts and fairs) and Greenwich Royal Observatory and Park are just the other side.

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