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This spacious five bedroom semi-detached Victorian house measures over 2200sq feet and is set over four floors offering fantastic living space coupled with plenty of bedrooms. It has a double reception on the raised ground floor with a wonderful open-plan kitchen diner/family room on the first floor with windows either end which make it wonderfully bright and sunny. The house has two bedrooms on the top floor and three on the lower ground flood which would be ideal for those with older children who would benefit from the divide, and each has access to their own bathroom. There is a wealth of period features throughout the house such as large south-facing wood sash windows with (views over Greenwich Park from the upper floors), high ceilings and wooden floors, fireplaces and traditional radiators. It has a lovely garden which has been well maintained and its proximity to the park makes it ideal for a family. There is the potential to extend subject to planning permission as other houses on the road have done.
The house is at the corner of Park Vista and Feathers Place, within easy reach of Maze Hill train station which offers fast and convenient access into both the City and Canary Wharf (via the DLR at Greenwich). As well as having the green open spaces of the Royal Park literally on your doorstep, all the shops, bars, restaurants and boutiques in Greenwich are just moments away, as are the historic monuments for which Greenwich are world-renowned.
Double Reception Room
Kitchen Diner/Family Room
2 Guest Wcs
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