Bright contemporary bolthole with all mod cons and an outdoor patio - the perfect base for exploring the hidden gems of Greenwich in South East London.
The Greenwich Townhouse is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
This is a colourful and contemporary two bedroom home in a part of London steeped in naval history. Whilst Greenwich is not the bustling centre of the capital, it is a unique part of the city with many hidden gems.
This two bedroom house, sleeping up to three people, benefits from light-filled rooms and a contemporary décor with a nod towards mid century design. The open plan living area is cheerful and comfortable with thoughtfully chosen colourful pieces that make the most of the space and provide a cool little chill out area to enjoy a drink and some Netflix after a day of exploring the town.
The kitchen is modern with a gas stove, oven and microwave and is fully equipped to cook a feast with all the goodies you've foraged from Greenwich Market. There's a cool formica table which comfortably sits four and shows the clever use the owner has made of the space.
A spiral staircase leads up to the bedrooms and shower room. Both bedrooms, one single and one double, are light, clean and simply decorated for a good nights kip. This is not a romantic getaway, but instead a perfect base on a quiet quintessentially British street, from which to enjoy the local attractions in the safe knowledge you can head back to your bolthole and relax. There's a small outdoor area (prime real estate in London!) where on sunny mornings you can enjoy your coffee and marvel at how quiet this part of the city is.
Greenwich is the heart of London's maritime history where you'll find The Royal Naval College, The National Maritime Museum and The Royal Observatory, home to the famous Meridian Line where time begins and ends. If museums aren't your thing then Greenwich Market should satisfy all your antique and foodie needs! Boasting 46 food outlets and over 60 additional stalls selling fashion, antiques and jewellery, the market is a must see for any visitor.
Go and have a look at the historic tea clipper, The Cutty Sark, once one of the fastest ships in the world and when you've had your fill of all things maritime you'll be delighted to discover that your accommodation is right next door to Al Pacino At The Spread Eagle, a very cool bar where you can spend a night enjoying a variety of cocktails and pizzas.
This house is also perfect for anyone attending the famous ONBlackheath Festival which draws thousands of people every year. Whether you're visiting specifically for the attractions of Greenwich or just want something a bit quieter to rest in before you travel to the bustling centre, this house has everything you'll need for your London adventure.
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