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2 bedroom flat to rent

The Paragon, London, SE3

£1,750 pcm| £404 pw fees apply

Property Description

Letting information:

Added on Rightmove: 20 October 2016 (337 days ago)

Key features

  • Grade 1 Listed Building
  • Located on the edge of Blackheath Village
  • Located close to the 'Heath' and Greenwich Park
  • Separate kitchen
  • Landscaped communal gardens
  • Off Road parking

Full description

Originally designed and completed in 1805 by Regency Architect Michael Searles, The Paragon is now a Grade I listed building comprised of individually modelled houses and apartments. This apartment offers two generous double bedrooms, a large reception room and is highlighted with classic period features throughout. There is also ample storage throughout, a modern separate kitchen and modern bathroom. Situated right on The Heath, The Paragon is only a short walk from Greenwich Park and also comes with its own lavish private gardens and car parking space. Blackheath Village is only a short walk away as well as Blackheath station which offers easy access to Canary Wharf and Charing Cross in under 30 minutes.


Reception 1 

Kitchen 

Double Bedroom 1 

Double Bedroom 2 

Bathroom 

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