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3 Bedroom mid-terrace house Guildford Grove, Greenwich, London, SE10 8JY £1,250,000

No chain for the is attractive Victorian home, with three good sized bedrooms, many period features and internally measures 1468 Sq. ft overall. Located in the ever popular Ashburnham triangle in West Greenwich.

This bright and spacious Victorian property, offering flexible accommodation, over three storeys, the property retains many original features including high ceilings, fireplaces but also has a modern twist.

Accommodation comprises; hallway leading onto a double reception room, with a fireplace, high ceilings and sash windows. To the second (top floor) there are two principal bedrooms which are light and airy and a family bathroom. To the lower floor there is a third bedroom and modern shower room, there is also a spacious kitchen with a separate dining area and sky lights, there is an additional bonus garden room, both with bi-folding doors onto the garden.

Externally there is a long mature garden with large decking area a wonderful array of trees, shrubs and plants ideal for relaxing and alfresco dining. To the front there is neat and tidy garden.

Additional benefits include; wooden floors, modern decor, gas central heating, plenty of windows allowing the natural light in, this makes a wonderful family home.

Located on one of the most popular roads in the Ashburnham Triangle, Guildford Grove joins Devonshire Drive to Egerton Drive. The closest station is Greenwich within 0.3 miles, running services to Canary Wharf and Bank on the DLR and direct rail services to London Bridge (8 minutes), Cannon Street (12 minutes), Blackfriars, Farringdon, Kings Cross and West Hampstead. The Thames Clipper can be boarded from Greenwich Pier and runs services to Westminster in one direction and the O2 arena in the other.

Within a short walk 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 and a jazz festival.

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