Located in the heart of Blackheath Village and forming part of this historic Grade II listed building, is this charming and unique two double bedroom penthouse apartment with a feature vaulted ceiling, mezzanine and large private roof terrace.
The property is in good decorative order with features including high ceilings, sash windows, wood flooring and gas fired central heating.
The property is found on the first floor (plus mezzanine) and the accommodation comprises; a superb 2310 x 137 lounge diner with two large windows and a vaulted ceiling with mezzanine area above. The kitchen is open plan although cleverly separated from the living area. There are two good size doubles, one with built in wardrobes, and a bathroom. From the mezzanine level there is direct access to a large south facing private roof terrace. The property further benefits from a private parking space, is sold with a share in the freehold, and is chain-free.
This is an impressive home steeped in history. Your immediate viewing is essential. Virtual tours can be seen at Winkworth.co.uk
The Blackheath Art Club built in 1885-6 and 1891 was sympathetically converted in 1995. The Blackheath Art Club buildings, also home to the GPO Film Unit where WH Auden and Benjamin Britten made Night Mail and Coal Face here among other films and it gained an English Heritage Blue Plaque in 2000.
Bennett Park is a sought after address located in the heart of Blackheath Village with its array of boutique shops, restaurants and bars and is just yards from Blackheath Station. Close by are several sought-after schools including Blackheath Prep, Blackheath High School, the Pointer School and John Ball.