Steeped in character and historic charm The Old House was Built in 1850 for the Lord Mayor of London and designed by one of the architects responsible for the Houses of Parliament. Situated within a ‘Blue Plaque’ Victorian building, is this exceptional two/three bedroom split level conversion flat, with gardens to the front and rear the access is via your own private front door. The property retains a myriad of attractive period features including high ceilings, ornate cornicing, original cast iron radiators, sash windows and both Georgian and Victorian wood flooring. The interior design tastefully complements the period origins with contemporary furnishings and decorations resulting in an immensely impressive abode.
Internally the layout of the living space flows perfectly and includes a 20ft x 15ft drawing room with working fireplace and original marble surround. The second reception room, currently used as a study/library room and the dining room are off the drawing room and both have double doors providing access to views of the private rear garden. The Kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with cream wall and base units plus a central island with marble work surfaces. There is a utility room off the kitchen and a wet room off the hallway to complete the ground floor. The first floor boasts two bedrooms, the master benefits from a walk in wardrobe and four piece en suite bathroom with free standing bath, while the second bedroom also enjoys its own en suite shower room. The private rear garden measures approximately 50ft x 30ft and is a fantastic feature of this property with patio, lawn and mature shrub borders all meticulously maintained.
Other notable benefits include an allocated parking space, garage en bloc and large basement providing excellent storage facilities. The property is share of freehold and offered chain free.
Manor Place is a secluded cul-de-sac located just off the private road Manor Park in Chislehurst. Close to the ever popular Royal Parade with a range of local shops, restaurants and public houses, Chislehurst High Street is around 0.5 miles away and offers a further variety of restaurants and boutiques. Chislehurst station is just over a mile away and offers fast and frequent connections into London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street whilst Petts Wood is a short drive away and offers the same connections into London plus services into London Victoria.
Tenure: Share of Freehold - 999 Years from 4th June 2009.
Service Charge: £1,800 per annum.
Energy Efficiency Rating E.