Calvert Road, London

Branch: Blackheath

£1,100,000 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Receptions

THIS IS A MUST SEE!! A beautiful combination of elegant period features and contemporary living, this fully refurbished home is a calm, warm and welcoming delight. Early viewing really is recommended here as this property will sell quickly; please call to arrange an appointment.

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • En Suites: 1
  • Receptions: 2
  • Kitchens: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Sale By: Private Treaty
  • Number of Bedrooms
    Bedrooms

    4 Bedrooms

  • Number of Bathrooms
    Bathrooms

    2 Bathrooms

  • Number of Receptions
    Receptions

    2 Receptions

  • Tenure
    Tenure

    Freehold Tenure

Details

A beautiful combination of elegant period features and contemporary living, this fully refurbished home is a calm, warm and welcoming delight.

With two defined stylish reception rooms and a large breakfasting kitchen the open flow of the ground floor rooms works very well for entertaining and a connected everyday family life.

The flat south facing sun trap garden adds a further dimension accessed via Crittall style patio doors for enjoyment year-round in this low maintenance space.

The upper two floors provide four bedrooms with a bathroom on each floor, the main bathroom featuring gold fitments, a feature freestanding bath, large walk-in shower, marble topped basin unit, large heated towel radiator and under floor heating. The principle bedroom to the front enjoys a view of some of London's iconic sky line, bespoke finished floor to ceiling wardrobes and ample space for a super king size bed. The loft conversion provides two of the bedrooms and an en-suite to make this a super flexible family home.

Early viewing really is recommended here as this property will sell quickly; please call to arrange an appointment.

There are many features to note including:

Entrance/General
o Semi-detached with beautiful repointed elevation; iron railings, bay and arched windows
o Entrance hall with attractive architectural detail
o Elegant oak wide herringbone flooring throughout ground floor
o Traditionally styled column radiators throughout
o Bespoke under stairs joinery cupboards
o Period style metal light switches

Kitchen/Laundry/Garden
o Stylish kitchen/breakfast room with expansive marbled quartz surfaces, integrated appliances and feature gold lighting
o Gold 'Quooker' tap providing boiling, filtered and sparkling water
o Bespoke painted wood kitchen storage unit including hidden desk
o Laundry/utility room accessed from kitchen with deep sink, additional storage, WC, washing machine and separate tumble dryer
o South facing low maintenance flat garden accessed from kitchen/breakfast room with side gated access to front of house

Receptions
o Two connected reception rooms with beautiful original cornice, skirting and ceiling rose
o Wooden sash windows, period style moulding, feature fireplace and bespoke painted wood book case/display shelving to living room
o Feature wallpaper and panelling to dining room with elegant double doors to kitchen

Upper Floors
o Four bedrooms including bespoke finished floor to ceiling wardrobes to principle bedroom along with arched window frames and wooden sash windows
o First floor family bathroom featuring gold fitments, a feature freestanding bath, large walk-in shower, marble topped basin unit, large heated towel radiator and under floor heating
o Full width staircase to loft conversion which includes two bedrooms both with full windows and one room with an en-suite

Location Highlights:
o A short walk to Maze Hill station for trains to London Cannon Street from 17 minutes via London Bridge for commuting or leisure
o The Jubilee tube line runs from North Greenwich
o Very close proximity to Greenwich (Royal) Park - the oldest of London's royal parks overlooking the River Thames and home to some of London's most iconic heritage buildings and views with an amazing mix of 17th century landscape, stunning gardens, café, playground and many recreational areas to enjoy
o The Greenwich Centre moments away includes a large library, café, gym, exercise studios, doctors surgery and swimming pool
o Extensive local lifestyle facilities at Blackheath, Greenwich and the Greenwich Peninsula with the new Design District and canteen; the current owners make good use of Fingal's Bakery a few minutes walk away as well as The Black Sheep for the Saturday morning coffee run!

Please note the vendor of this property is a person connected to jdm as defined by the 1979 Estate Agent Act.

Key Points

  • Immaculate Condition with Original Features
  • Private South Facing Garden
  • 0.4 mile Walk to Maze Hill Station
  • Loft Conversion - Two Rooms & En-Suite
  • Two Connected Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room + Laundry Room
  • Elegant Period Features and Contemporary Styling
  • Gold 'Quooker' tap providing boiling, filtered and sparkling water
  • Bespoke Joinery Storage
  • 0.5 mile walk to beautiful Greenwich Park

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Blackheath Area

Blackheath still retains its traditional “village” feel with local shops and individual restaurants. This area is bordered by the magnificent Heath, steeped in history and now used for many leisure activities including the London Marathon, regular kite flying competitions as well as seasonal fairs, a circus and an annual music festival. Greenwich Park containing the Royal Observatory, Deer Park and the Ranger’s House is nearby. There is direct access to central London via BR from Blackheath Station. New, vibrant and exciting, Kidbrooke Village offers a variety of high quality flats surrounded by open green spaces. An ideal location for young professionals. Charlton has a clear and separate identity, rising from “the valley” towards Shooters Hill. Home to Charlton Football Club and with many of the major retailers established along the Woolwich Road you are never far away from a spot of retail therapy or sporting activity. Shooters Hill forms part of the direct route from London to Dover via the A2 with easy access to Woolwich and beyond. Properties in this area are mainly traditional family homes with on and off-road parking and individual gardens for relaxation. Lee is the “crossroads” where the A2 Dover Road and A20 route to Folkestone divide. Bordered by the South Circular, it provides easy access to all destinations whilst Lee, Hither Green and Grove Park BR Stations provide direct access to London and beyond. Lee High Road contains many individual shops whilst the shopping centre at Lee Green includes a large Sainsbury’s supermarket.

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