United Kingdom / London / South East London / Greenwich
Edwardian Mid-terrace House
Victorian mid-terrace house in a quiet street in historical maritime Greenwich, the birth place of Queen Elizabeth I and the death place of King Henry VIII. The house is very close to Greenwich Royal Park, Greenwich Observatory, the National Maritime museum, and the River Thames. There are excellent transport links to central London.
The house is a typical family house with a TV, computer, WiFi connection, well equipped kitchen etc. The house is situated in a quiet street, close to Maze Hill station (15 min by train to the centre of London). It is located in a quiet residential area. The house is spread over 3 floors, with the bedrooms on the top two floors. There is a large kitchen, two reception rooms, and a small garden.
Within walking distance is: Greenwich Royal Observatory,
National Maritime Museum,
Greenwich Royal Park,
The River Thames,
Charlton Football Ground.
Five minutes away is a swimming pool and gym, local shops, the train station to Central London and Greenwich Park.
Ten minutes away is Central Greenwich, Greenwich Market and the DLR.
Full-time housewife and part-time academic.
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|Sleeps||6 (4 Bedrooms)|
|Airport||Gatwick/heathrow/city (40 km)|
When & Where
|Dates not specified|
|Travellers||4 (2 Adults, 2 Children)|
|Languages||English / French|