An outstanding and extremely rare to the market Grade II listed, six bedroom, five storey family home that was built in the late 1700's by the renowned architect Michael Searles.
An outstanding and extremely rare to the market, six bedroom, five storey family home that was built in the late 1700's by the renowned architect Michael Searles. The property is Grade II listed and located in arguably, one of the most desirable streets in west Greenwich.
It is worth mentioning that the property does require some refurbishment, but offers circa 3000 square foot of versatile space, whilst retaining many of its original features.
Set over five floors, the accommodation comprises of three reception rooms in addition to a kitchen breakfast room, six double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a utility room and a separate WC. The property has ample storage, with the inclusion of two large vaults under the main street on the lower level.
To the rear is a small garden and the superb addition of a single garage that can be accessed from Crooms Hill Grove.
Gloucester Circus is an incredibly pretty road that has no access from Crooms Hill, making it extremely quiet to traffic. The residents have access to stunning private communal gardens in the centre of Gloucester Circus, but the property is also just a stones throw away from the Royal Park and Observatory. Greenwich town centre is also just moments away and offers a wide selection of shops and restaurants, along with mainline rail and DLR.
Your earliest viewing is highly recommended.