It's no secret that we love these homes and when you wander through you'll know why.
We've been incredibly lucky to be able to work with the owners of these lovely Georgian houses, it has given us the opportunity to appreciate each one for its own merits.
This home has been particularly important to us as it was the first in the terrace to receive planning permission to extend the kitchen, something the neighboring house has subsequently done, with stunning results. You can revisit the planning and should be able to do something exciting too if you wish.
Why do we love these houses so much, well it's everything about them really, from the striking presence this terrace of five has as you approach to the charming interiors, each subtly different.
Step through the front door and your attention is instantly grabbed by the fireplace, another wows you in the dining room. These are no ordinary houses and, as you ascend you'll find other features to please you, the fireplace in the first-floor bedroom is to die for!
There are four bedrooms ranged across the top three floors, in this house there is a shower in place of a bath, it has been ultra-convenient for life here, yet we're sure many of you will want to have a bath. You can take a look at the floorplans of the other homes in the terrace to get ideas, juat ask us for more information.
There's a small cellar downstairs too, limited head height but a great storage space and we've seen one used as a little workshop.
Outside there is a rear garden that was awash with colour when we did our photo shoot, from a stunning camellia that obviously loves being here.
One of the most useful aspects of the rear garden is having space to park a car, an access lane serves just these five homes, easy to miss if you don't know to look for it.
It's more than the features and the history that people fall in love with here. Just a few minutes’ walk away is Foots Cray Meadow, a wonderful park stretching across two hundred and forty acres. With the river Cray running through it, tree lined banks provide habitat for a variety of wildlife, you may see kingfishers here, certainly ducks and other water fowl. We've seen swans with cygnets, herons and many different birds. It is a wonderful place for a stroll and the scenery alters as you explore. Find the Penny Farthing Bridge and then head out to the far side of the meadow for a drink and a meal at a pub, there’s more than one route to take so reason to enjoy the stroll again and again.
Local shops are nearby as are schools, a nursery and a David Lloyd Gym just around the corner.
It is very easy to fall in love with such a home and We look forward to showing you around.Get in touch if you like this property.