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4 Bedroom detached house Maze Hill, Greenwich, London, SE10 8XQ £2,250,000

Approximately 2674sqft overall, this elegant period four bedroom detached house, with gated off road parking overlooking Greenwich Royal Park. The property has a substantial rear mature garden, within a few minutes walk of Maze Hill station.

No forward chain for this rare opportunity to purchase an elegant four bedroom detached Period house, measuring approximately 2674sqft overall and in a wonderful location overlooking Greenwich Park on leafy Maze Hill just a few minutes walk of the station and park entrance.

At the front of the house, gated private off street parking leads you up to the door through the mature landscaped front garden. Stepping in through the porch, an impressively large reception hall, bigger than most rooms, sets the tone for the house with an imposing staircase.

The principal reception room has a bay window overlooking the park, attractive fireplace and is generously proportioned. From the reception hall you will find a large second reception room currently being used a bedroom looking onto the rear garden through floor to ceiling glass doors.

Next to this you will find a spacious kitchen dining room leading into the generous sized landscaped garden at the rear. The fitted kitchen features an AGA oven with an island and space for a large dining table, leads through to a utility room and cloakroom.

The ground floor has exposed floorboards throughout furthering the charm of the space. There is also a good sized cellar accessed from under the stairs and perfect for storage.

On the first floor the two rear bedrooms offer built in cupboards overlooking the private rear garden. The family bathroom is also situated on this floor. The master bedroom is generous in size with unbroken views across the park. An en-suite shower room resides in the main room whilst a large dressing area opens out to the side.

The second floor offers another two double bedrooms, one again overlooking the park to the front, a South Westerly aspect and currently hosts the owner's music room and office.

The rear garden is a real gem not overlooked and is wonderfully stocked with an abundance of plants, a gardener's paradise, patio area and separate shed and makes a tranquil escape from the busy city.

The property is in need of some updating but presents a fantastic opportunity to put your own style and stamp on it. Detached family houses in this location rarely come to the market, so this is a unique opportunity to acquire your dream home.

The closest station is Maze Hill, within a few minutes' walk, running Southeastern services to London Cannon Street in under 20 minutes. There is an Underground station at North Greenwich (Jubilee Line) and both Greenwich Station and Cutty Sark are on the DLR, running services to Canary Wharf. The Thames Clipper can be boarded from Greenwich Pier and runs services to Westminster in one direction and the O2 arena in the other.

Greenwich Park is as gorgeous today as it was when Henry VIII enclosed the land around 500 years ago. In those early years it would have been unwise to go for a lovely autumn stroll or a bit of summer sun-bathing because you ran the risk of being trampled by Henry and his court as they charged through the landscape hunting deer.

Nowadays, of course, there's no chance of getting trampled, and it's the perfect place for a stroll no matter what the season. The deer have their own enclosure and there is a rose, herb and flower gardens, a bandstand, the longest herbaceous border in London and the most compact Roman remains you're likely to see.

There's also an enormous children's playground where you can let the tinies run around and exhaust themselves. Make sure you climb the hill to the Royal Observatory and have a look at the view back across Docklands, the City and the rest of Central London.

The Peter Harrison Planetarium at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich is now London's only planetarium, and features state-of-the-art HD projection technology, visualizations based on real scientific data and real astronomers.

Next to the National Maritime Museum and within a ten-minute walk to the center of Greenwich fabulous baroque artistry in the Painted Hall at 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, open air theatre and a jazz festival and the beautifully conserved Cutty Sark, the fastest ship of her age. Explore Britain's momentous naval history at the National Maritime Museum and enjoy the views in a riverside pub.

Hallway
4.31m x 4.07m (14'3 x 13'30
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Reception/Living Room
6.20m x 4.17m (20'3 x 13'9)
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Dining Room/Kitchen
6.93m x 4.18m (22'9 x 13'9)
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Bedroom 1
6.78m x 4.08m (22'3 x 13'6)
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Bedrom 2
4.87m x 4.31m (16' x 14'3)
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Bedroom 3
5.02m x 3.08m (16'6 x 10'1)
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Study
2.33m x 1.92m (7'9 x 6'3)
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Bedroom 4
4.20m x 3.80m (13'9 x 12'6)
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Bedroom 5
4.25m x 3.07m (14' x 10'1)
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