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Vanbrugh Castle, Maze Hill, Greenwich, SE10

4 bedroom house in Maze Hill

£2,500,000 Share of freehold

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  • wing of Grade I listed castle  |  built 1726 by Sir John Vanbrugh  |  2.5 acres of lush communal grounds  |  adjacent to Royal Park with Observatory  |  four bedroom four storey  |  27ft roof terrace with outstanding views  |  two bathrooms  |  underground annex within grounds  |  two parking spaces  |  cusp of Greenwich and Blackheath  |  short walk to town centre  |  very close to Maze Hill Rail

A magnificent wing of this Grade I listed Castle, built in 1718 by Sir John Vanbrugh as his home residence, who is also well known for building Blenheim Palace. In modern times, the building was a school until 1975, run by the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund for the sons of RAF personnel killed in service; it was restored by the Blackheath preservation Trust in 1977.

Built within 2.5 acres of stunning communal grounds, this four storey property briefly comprises four bedrooms, a lovely kitchen, two bathrooms, a stunning 26ft reception room and a 27ft roof terrace with outstanding and far reaching views across London. There is also an underground private annex within the grounds, built below a garden folly. Added benefits include a large cellar and two off street parking spaces.

The property is in a wonderful location on the cusp of Greenwich and Blackheath, adjacent to the Royal Park and Observatory, as well as only a short walk to Maze Hill mainline rail. Greenwich town centre, with its fine array of Restaurants, shops and Riverboat service is also close by.

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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A magnificent wing of this Grade I listed Castle, built in 1718 by Sir John Vanbrugh as his home residence, who is also well known for building Blenheim Palace. In modern times, the building was a school until 1975, run by the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund for the sons of RAF personnel killed in service; it was restored by the Blackheath preservation Trust in 1977.

Built within 2.5 acres of stunning communal grounds, this four storey property briefly comprises four bedrooms, a lovely kitchen, two bathrooms, a stunning 26ft reception room and a 27ft roof terrace with outstanding and far reaching views across London. There is also an underground private annex within the grounds, built below a garden folly. Added benefits include a large cellar and two off street parking spaces.

The property is in a wonderful location on the cusp of Greenwich and Blackheath, adjacent to the Royal Park and Observatory, as well as only a short walk to Maze Hill mainline rail. Greenwich town centre, with its fine array of Restaurants, shops and Riverboat service is also close by.

Live like a local

  • Maze Hill
  • Westcombe Park
  • Greenwich
  • Blackheath
  • Charlton
  • Lewisham

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.

  • The Cutty Sark

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

  • 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.

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