A magnificent and utterly unique four bedroom, Grade II listed, semi detached house which dates back to the regency period of the early 1800's.
A magnificent and utterly unique four bedroom, Grade II listed, semi-detached house which dates back to the regency period of the early 1800's.
Known as The Surgeons House and believed to have been the residence of the Admiralty's Greenwich surgeon, the property is now presented in beautiful condition and boasts a superb southerly facing garden and off street parking. Internally comprising of two large and exceptional reception rooms on the ground floor, both with original flooring and tri-folding doors. Also on this floor is a 24ft kitchen breakfast room and a separate WC. The lower floor measures approximately 24ft and has essentially been left as a blank canvass, making it extremely versatile. This area, in our mind, would make a superb cinema room or gymnasium. The first floor comprises of three large double bedrooms, two ensuites and one family bathroom. The top floor has another bedroom which has access to eaves storage. As mentioned, the garden is in particularly good order, with the original fixed canopy and side access to the road.
Located in arguably one of the best positions in West Greenwich, on the corner of Royal Hill and Royal Place. The property is literally moments away from mainline rail and DLR, along with the town centre and Royal Park.