4 Reception rooms
South west facing garden
Views of Greenwich Park
Holding deposit £1615.38
EPC RATING D
Furnished or unfurnished
Security deposit £8,307.69
Council Tax: Band H
Story of the Home
This distinguished Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, is located on Crooms Hill, one of the most historical and architecturally important streets in Greenwich, and within the West Greenwich Conservation Area.
Arranged over five floors with uninterrupted views of the Royal Park and Observatory, this 300-year-old home provides over 3,000 sq. ft of flexible living space.
Quintessentially Georgian in its architectural style, this home has been lovingly restored by the owners over the past few years, with focus on enhancing and retaining many of the original features, which include bow windows, exposed beams, ornate fireplaces, and original wood flooring.
The ground floor kitchen is well designed with a full range of appliances, and French doors leading on to a southwest facing garden, there is also a dining room with views of Greenwich Park and an open fireplace.
On the first floor there are two reception rooms, the front facing room has a beautiful bay window, and the focal point in both rooms are the ornate fireplaces.
The principal bedroom suite occupies the entire third floor and has an elegant shower room, a dressing room with bespoke joinery and separate toilet.
There are two more double bedrooms on the second floor which share a stylish shower room with crittall doors.
The lower ground floor features a cozy sitting room with exposed wood beams, plus a large utility room, downstairs toilet and French doors, which lead up to the rear garden.
Crooms Hill runs parallel to Greenwich Park, the house is just a short walk to the heart of Historic Greenwich which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Greenwich’s covered market is one of London’s longest running markets, dating back to 1737, it attracts visitors from all over the World, and has an alluring range of antiques, arts and craft, and food stalls.
There are excellent transport links, including tube, DLR, mainline train, bus, riverboat, foot tunnel and cable car. The area is 10 minutes from Canary Wharf, plus the city and central London are also easily accessible; just one of the many reasons why it’s increasingly popular with young professionals and commuters.
The O2 Centre is also close by along with a huge selection of shops at Greenwich Peninsula.
"Quintessentially Georgian in its architectural style, this home has been lovingly restored by the owners over the past few years, with focus on enhancing and retaining many of the original features."