Bayliss Heights, 8 Peartree Way, Greenwich, SE10
Guide Price £1,600,000 Leasehold
A magnificent first floor apartment of this historic Grade II listed house, with 4 bedrooms and sole access to a private roof terrace giving panoramic views across the Royal Park and beyond across London. Previously owned by the crown and built in 1676 and the property measures just over 2,100 sq. ft (198 sq. m).
A magnificent first floor apartment of this historic Grade II listed house, with 4 bedrooms and sole access to a private roof terrace, giving panoramic views across the Royal Park and beyond across London. Previously owned by the crown and built in 1676 and the property measures just over 2,100 sq. ft (198 sq. m).
The property enjoys a wide range of original features throughout all of the rooms that include 4 bedrooms, all of which enjoy magnificent views over the open heath and communal court yard. There is a 20ft reception room and a well fitted kitchen, both again with outstanding views over the heath and the stunning communal main gardens. Internal stairs lead to a private roof terrace with outstanding and direct views into the Royal Park and views across London as far as St Pauls Cathedral, The Shard and The London Eye. Please note that the roof terrace is not part of the sale, but the property has sole access to it.
The substantial and beautifully kept grounds of approximately one acre, include a courtyard entrance and walled communal main gardens to the rear. 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 are close to hand including shops, mainline rail and Dockland light railway. Outstanding local schools are within a short walk at both primary and secondary level.
Situated in a tranquil secluded position on a private road, Macartney House enjoys an enviable location within UNESCO world heritage site of maritime Greenwich. 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.
£775,000 Share of Freehold
Guide Price £700,000 Leasehold
Offers in excess of £675,000 Share of Freehold