|Reduced on Rightmove:||30 May 2012 (1222 days ago)|
Full descriptionA three story Victorian property with stunning view and a larger than average garden ideal for a family or a group of 7 or 8 people.
*WIFI High speed broad band
*one set of bed line
*Twice a week cleaning service
GREENWICH BOROUGH is a World Heritage Site and home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian Line. Famous landmarks include the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, and Sir Christopher Wren’s Old Royal Naval College. Only 20 minutes from Central London, Greenwich is easy to reach by Docklands Light Railway, tube, rail, bus or riverboat. Greenwich is becoming a Royal Borough in 2012 when Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Diamond Jubilee. It will also be a host borough for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Artistic and Trampoline Gymnastic, Equestrian events and Basketball finals.
Nearest tube station: North Greenwich (Jubilee line)
Nearest train station: Charlton
Bus service: 486.
Olympic Stadium : 12 min by bus + 8 min by tube Central London : 30 min by tube
Heathrow airport: 1.30h by tube/bus
Gatwick Airport : 45 min by tube or train
City Airport: 25 min by DLR or 15 min by taxi
National Maritime Museum
The Queen house
The 02 Arena
Greenwich Village (restaurants, cafe, pubs and shops)
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