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2 bedroom house to rent

Prince Henry Road, SE7

£1,250 pcm
fees apply

Property Description

Letting information:

Furnishing: Furnished or unfurnished, landlord is flexible
Reduced on Rightmove: 09 April 2018 (15 days ago)

Key features

  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Easy Parking
  • 2 Large Bedrooms
  • Brand New Fitted Kitchen
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Large Reception
  • Rear Garden
  • Unfurnished
  • Available March 2018

Full description

Two bed house in a popular location with excellent access to Woolwich, Blackheath, Greenwich and Charlton Village
The property benefits from two large double bedrooms as well as a newly fitted kitchen
Available immediately. Call today to view !!

The architecture of Charlton is of great diversity, and offers a vivid insight into how different parts of the area were built up, as it evolved from a Thames side village into the London suburb that it is today. Charlton is home to the magnificent Charlton House, and has links with the classic architect Inigo Jones, a street being named after him
The southern approach of the Blackwall Tunnel crossing of the River Thames is located to the west. Charlton is also served by Charlton railway station on the lines from London to Dartford via Greenwich and Lewisham. The area is served by London bus routes 53, 54, 161, 177, 180, 472, 486, 422, 380 and N1. North Greenwich is the nearest tube station, a short bus ride to the north.
There are four main pubs within the vicinity of Charlton Village, including The Bugle Horn which has the authentic feel of an English village pub. Other landmarks of interest include the village's Drinking Fountain and the impressive Roman Catholic Church on the Charlton Road which is known as Our Lady of Grace.
Our Lady of Grace church was established by the Assumptionists Order. They settled in Charlton in 1903 after being expelled from France in 1900 due to supression of Holy Orders. The first nuns moved into Highcombe and set up a mission in Charlton. The current church was built in 1905 and celebrated its centenary on 17 September 2005 with a concelebrated ecumenical mass, led by Archbishop Kevin McDonald and parish priest, Fr. Michael Leach. The church has strong historic links with the Irish community in south east London are evident in the statue of Saint Patrick on display inside. The current presbretry was also the home of William Henry Barlow (1812–1902), the eminent 19th century engineer, who designed St. Pancras Railway Station and for whom English Heritage have erected a blue plaque in recognition.
Charlton Village is also home to the historic Saint Luke's Church and then Charlton New Testament Church of God on Charlton Church Lane.
The contemporary population is a mixture of long established families, young professionals, and various ethnic groups, and has become very accessible for commuters in recent times due to its proximity to North Greenwich tube station, Woolwich Arsenal station, Greenwich's Cutty Sark DLR station, Canary Wharf itself, and rail links to central London. New Charlton houses many larger shops, the cinema just over the border of the Greenwich Peninsula, as well as being close to The O2 arena (London) and Canary Wharf


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