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4 Bedroom end-of-terrace house Point Hill, London, Greenwich SE10 8QW £1,450,000

This beautifully extended Victorian house, with three/four bedrooms, two bathrooms, three WCs, the house has undergone substantial refurbishment throughout, there are stunning views from the roof terrace and the property is located in a prime location i

A fine example of an extended bright and spacious period end of terrace house, over four storeys. The terrace dates from the late 19th century.

These ‘Painted Ladies’ come onto the market only once in a generation, so this is a rare opportunity (it last changed hands in 1977) to acquire what is arguably the most attractive of the group. It is the only one of the four that was built with an extra room in the front semi-basement, that has windows on the gable with views over Canary Wharf and the Thames.

Accommodation comprises; hallway leading onto a double reception room with many original features. To the rear of the house, there is a separate modern bathroom, to the 1st floor you will a find a spacious main bedroom with triple aspect sash double glazed windows, there is an impressive separate contemporary bathroom with a walk in shower. To the 2nd floor (top floor) there is a large size, bright and airy room currently being used as an office, there is the added benefit of a roof terrace with stunning views. On the lower ground floor you will find a spacious bedroom with ample built in storage and bespoke shelves, high ceilings and WC. To the back of the house is a rear extension, incorporating a well appointed open plan kitchen with a separate island, with integrated appliances finished to a high specification. There is also a spacious dining/garden room, under floor heating and Bi-folds.

Externally there is a well established long rear garden with a large patio area, side access and has an underground cistern for harvesting rainwater and a tidy front garden.

Sellers comments;
"A two-storey terrace of four Victorian villas, forming a lively rhythm down the hill. Constructed of brick with painted render at ground floor level. Asymmetrical, full height shallow projecting bays and projecting hood moulds over ground floor doors and windows. Tall, prominent chimneystacks with dog tooth coursing in brick.”

The terrace dates from the late 19th century. With rooms in the attic and the semi-basement, the houses have in fact four floors.

In 1987, the two attic small rooms was made into one large space, now used as an office, with a balcony facing east.

in 2015-16, the house was completely refurbished and rewired. The central heating system was replaced, with a high-efficiency gas boiler, hot-water radiators on three floors and under-floor heating on the garden floor. The brick rear extension was replaced with a steel frame and block-work structure, which re-orientated cooking and dining towards the rear, including full-height and full-width fold-and-slide windows opening onto the patio and garden. A new shower/dressing room was added next to the master bedroom, and a guest bedroom complete with en-suite WC to the semi-basement.

These recent works include a number of hidden features which are not immediately evident:
• underpinning of front, side and rear walls (in effect replacing failed footings)
• metal ties in the gable wall, and metal straps to tie all walls together;
• replacement on the street floor and first floor of internal walls between rear rooms
and corridors;
• double glazing on all windows;
• at least 4 cm of YTong breathable insulation on the internal faces of external walls;
• passive ventilation using Ventive technology including heat exchange, utilising the
chimney stacks;
• rainwater harvesting from the roof, feeding an underground tank in the garden and a
slave cistern in the attic, for flushing all three WCs in the property;

Located moments from the open expanses of Greenwich Park and Blackheath and a short walk from the centre of Greenwich. This unique old town, famous for its maritime history, has an excellent selection of restaurants, pubs and shops, as well as a Picture house cinema and a theatre. The Old Royal Naval College, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 18th century, hosts a popular programme of events in the gardens, including concerts, an open-air theatre a


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