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Macartney House, Chesterfield Walk, Greenwich, SE10

3 bedroom flat/apartment in Chesterfield Walk

Guide price £1,250,000 Leasehold

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  • Outstanding 3 bedroom flat  |  1506 sq ft  |  Direct views into Park  |  Superb condition  |  Huge communal grounds  |  Historic Grade II listed building  |  Built late 1600's  |  Adjoining heath and park  |  Close to town centre

GUIDE PRICE £1,250,000-£1,350,000 A sublime three bedroom first floor apartment with direct and far reaching views into Greenwich Park that measures 1506 sq ft and is part of this magnificent historic grade II listed house previously owned by the crown

GUIDE PRICE £1,250,000-£1,350,000 A sublime three bedroom first floor apartment with direct and far reaching views into Greenwich Park, part of this magnificent historic grade II listed house previously owned by the crown.

The accommodation briefly comprises of a bespoke luxury Poggenpohl kitchen and a lovely luxury bathroom with marble flooring. There are three large double bedrooms with one leading onto a 10ft private terrace and a wonderful 16ft reception room. The property also boasts beautiful and ornate communal hallways.

Macartney House is of significant historical interest, having an English blue plaque commemorating the fact that General Major James Wolfe (hero of Quebec) was a former resident who came to live in the property in 1751 with his parents. His statue is located adjacent to the royal observatory and his tomb in nearby St Alfege church.

With substantial and beautifully kept grounds of approximately one acre including the main communal courtyard and the stunning communal main gardens. The property also enjoys parking on Chesterfield Walk (not allocated). Fronting the open heath, Blackheath village and also Greenwich town centre with all their amenities close to hand, including shops, mainline rail and Dockland light railway. Outstanding local schools are within a short walk of the building at both primary and secondary level.

Inside Greenwich

from a local eye view

In the area

Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian Line and one of London's prettiest locations. It maintains a quaint rural village feel and is steeped in history yet boasts fantastic transport links, including tube, DLR, mainline rail, bus, riverboat, foot tunnel and cable car.

More about the Area

What's popular in Greenwich?

  • Rivington

    A neighbourhood family restaurant in the same building as the Greenwich Picture House serving British dishes with seasonal ingredients.

  • The Sail Loft

    Right on the river, The Sail Loft serves up fresh food and fabulous drinks with a side order of stunning views.

  • The Cutty Sark

    This wonderful riverside pub with spectacular views has been serving British dishes for over 200 years.

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GUIDE PRICE £1,250,000-£1,350,000 A sublime three bedroom first floor apartment with direct and far reaching views into Greenwich Park that measures 1506 sq ft and is part of this magnificent historic grade II listed house previously owned by the crown

GUIDE PRICE £1,250,000-£1,350,000 A sublime three bedroom first floor apartment with direct and far reaching views into Greenwich Park, part of this magnificent historic grade II listed house previously owned by the crown.

The accommodation briefly comprises of a bespoke luxury Poggenpohl kitchen and a lovely luxury bathroom with marble flooring. There are three large double bedrooms with one leading onto a 10ft private terrace and a wonderful 16ft reception room. The property also boasts beautiful and ornate communal hallways.

Macartney House is of significant historical interest, having an English blue plaque commemorating the fact that General Major James Wolfe (hero of Quebec) was a former resident who came to live in the property in 1751 with his parents. His statue is located adjacent to the royal observatory and his tomb in nearby St Alfege church.

With substantial and beautifully kept grounds of approximately one acre including the main communal courtyard and the stunning communal main gardens. The property also enjoys parking on Chesterfield Walk (not allocated). Fronting the open heath, Blackheath village and also Greenwich town centre with all their amenities close to hand, including shops, mainline rail and Dockland light railway. Outstanding local schools are within a short walk of the building at both primary and secondary level.

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Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian Line and one of London's prettiest locations. It maintains a quaint rural village feel and is steeped in history yet boasts fantastic transport links, including tube, DLR, mainline rail, bus, riverboat, foot tunnel and cable car.

  • Rivington

    A neighbourhood family restaurant in the same building as the Greenwich Picture House serving British dishes with seasonal ingredients.

  • The Sail Loft

    Right on the river, The Sail Loft serves up fresh food and fabulous drinks with a side order of stunning views.

  • The Cutty Sark

    This wonderful riverside pub with spectacular views has been serving British dishes for over 200 years.

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