This four-bed, one-bath, two-reception detached home in Blackheath on Zoopla might just be perfect for you.
Priced at £1.75 million, the home has everything you could need, with a conservatory, garage, proximity to schools and train stations and is very close to Greenwich Park.
The home is on the market for the first time in over 40 years and sits on a plot of land that is 150ft and described as feeling like your own “private woodland.”
You can see the full listing on Zoopla now.
Look inside this retro home in Blackheath
Starting in the living room, you can see the space is very bright and white, with high ceilings and large square windows to let plenty of natural light flow in.
With a brick fireplace to keep you warm in the colder months, the room has space for large sofas and seatings along with shelling and storage units.
The room also has French doors that lead out into the large garden making it a great space for the summer months.
Moving into the kitchen you can see they have used a splash of red to bring colour into the mostly white space.
The retro style works well with plenty of storage space for all your kitchen gadgets and more large windows for plenty of natural light.
Upstairs, the family bathroom is very colourful with green hues throughout and offers everything a family needs, with the cabinets, toilet, bath, showers and storage.
Going into one of the larger four bedrooms, you can see the space has plenty of room for a large double bed along with storage including a desk, wardrobe and more.
The conservatory is the perfect space for anyone who is a fan of outdoor-indoor living, with offerings of panoramic views, bright light, built-in storage cabinets and even planting beds.
The rear garden is over a levelled ground giving you space to grow plenty of plants and to maintain the mature garden. It would also make a great space for children to enjoy.
The bird’s eye view shows you just how large the plot of land is, with the front garden allowing you to feel as if you are miles away from the busy streets of London.