- Parking: Street
- Council Tax Band: B
- Impressive split-level flat
- Large double bedroom
- Open-plan living room/kitchen
- Contemporary bathroom
- Clean finish throughout
- Good storage
- Near local shops,bars & restaurants
- Lee BR station within easy reach
- Gas Fired Heating
A simply divine ONE DOUBLE BEDROOM SPLIT-LEVEL FLAT converted in a Victorian house in Lee. Presented in pristine condition with white walls, light-tan carpets and striking kitchen & bathroom fittings this immaculate property.
Lease: 125 years from 1st. September 2013.
Service Charge: £325 in 2019.
Ground Rent: £200 p.a.
Second floor: Lobby.
Bathroom: Panelled bath with mixer tap, hopper head shower & screen, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, W.C.,heated towel rail, wall mirror & tiled walls.
Half-landing: Low level bookshelves.
Third floor: Landing with video entryphone & white wardrobe.
Open-plan living room/kitchen: Double aspect windows into eaves. Wood overlay flooring.
Kitchen: Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, fitted white floor & wall cupboards & drawers with dark melamine work surfaces & low splashbacks, gas hob electric oven, extractor hood & light, integrated fridge & freezer, Heat Live gas boiler, L-shaped dark grey sofa, white dining table with 4 chairs.
Bedroom: Double bed, three door white wardrobe, two white chest of drawers & white open-shelf floor unit.
When the railway arrived in Lee in 1866 the mostly rural area saw rapid expansion, with many well-to-do Londoners relocating here for a slice of country life within easy reach of the capital. The town as we know it today was completed by the start of WW1, and many Victorian and Edwardian townhouses remain. Today the area is popular with young professionals and families, and has good links into London - trains reach London Bridge in 13 minutes, and nearby Lewisham offers Docklands Light Railway services. Both Lee & Hither Green are in Zone 3 with trains going to Lewisham, London Bridge, Waterloo, Charing Cross & Cannon Street. Lee's main retail hub is a short walk from the station and is full of interesting
independent businesses, from musical instrument shops to small cafes. Local landmarks include the St Margaret of Antioch church, which has an impressive gothic interior, and the nearby Manor House Garden, a pleasant green space with a lake. As for culture, the Hither Green Community Association regularly organises film and music nights at the nearby Hither Green Hall. Blackheath is nearby with the attractions of a farmers' market plus The Heath & Greenwich.There are three excellent local pubs - The Crown, The Northbrook & Summerfield & supermarkets within easy reach. There are local convenience stores, a chippy, a take-away curry house & a pharmacy - all close to the flat.
Local buses running on Baring Road include:160, 202 & 660.
There is excellent security in the building as well as double glazed windows & free on-street parking.
EPC rating: D.