Humber Road, Westcombe Park
- Bedrooms: 4
- Tenure: Freehold
- Sale By: Private Treaty
Guide Price: £1,250,000 to £1,350,000
A stunning, four-bedroom, mid terrace house, only minutes walk away from Westcombe Park Station. Spread over four floors, this period property is in fantastic condition, and offers over 2400sqft of space. The house comprises of a vast modern open-plan kitchen/diner, three reception rooms, four generously proportioned bedrooms, a sunroom, and two contemporary bathrooms along with guest toilet and handy utility room.
Situated on a delightful residential street, this Edwardian house is bright and welcoming, full of character with beautiful stripped floorboards, high ceilings, stylish sash windows and gorgeous period fireplaces.
On the ground floor, the first hugely versatile reception room has original panelling, feature shelving and impressive full height feature windows, that allow copious amounts of sunlight to carry through to the second reception with its rustic brick fireplace creating a wonderful bright dual aspect living space. Currently these rooms are used as a smart sitting room/cinema and a study/music room.
Downstairs is a sophisticated kitchen diner and open third reception area, perfect for entertaining, and a charming breakfast/sun room. Double-glazed French doors take you from the sun room into the private garden with a tidy decked patio and a well-maintained lawn, which leads to handy rear access.
On the first floor there is a family shower room, along with the expansive master and second bedroom, both with useful in-built storage. Following the decorative banister up to the second floor, there are two more bright double bedrooms, and a bathroom consisting of a tasteful four-piece suite with antique fittings.
A perfect balance of traditional features and modern styling, with an abundance of practical space together with excellent transport links only a short distance away. This house is ideal for any young or growing family looking to find their forever home.
Comments from the owner:
What do you love most about your home?
"I love the uniqueness of our property - the versatility of the space and the combination of modern and original features. The front room with its original wood-panelling, high ceilings and huge windows and neighbouring reception room, as well as the vast basement kitchen/diner and family room leading to the garden via a sunroom, means there is so much flexible living space. It's a great house for entertaining, and we have felt very fortunate to have so much adaptable working space during lockdown. There's also so much well-conceived storage space, leaving the living space clear, and it feels like we are yet to fully grow into the space available."
What do you love about the area?
"It will be a huge wrench to leave the area. For us, it has been perfect - the outstanding primary school just around the corner and the proximity of the station means you can leave the house 2 minutes before you need to be at either! We're also close to East Greenwich Pleasaunce, which is a real hidden gem - the café, playground and community centre are a regular part of our lives. The house is also perfectly positioned near Greenwich Park, and both Greenwich and Blackheath Village, and we have the best neighbours! There is an amazing family community here if you want to be a part of it."
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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