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Blackheath Se3 House Drops 88k At Auction

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4-bed detached house, sold for 495K on 7/3/2003 and for 407K at Alsop's auction on 15/12/2005. a fall of 88K or 17%

lot details:-

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Lot 311

Guide Price £370,000+

Result £407,000

186 Langton Way, Blackheath, London SE3

A Freehold Detached House

BY ORDER OF MORTGAGEES

Tenure

Freehold.

Location

The property is situated on the south side of Langton Way, close to its junction with St John’s Park. The amenities of Blackheath Standard are a short walk away with the bars and restaurants of Blackheath Village being accessible to the south-west across the heath. Rail services to London run from Westcombe Park and Blackheath Stations with road access afforded by the A2 (Shooters Hill Road) and A102 (Rochester Way Relief Road).

The open spaces of Blackheath and Greenwich Park are close by as is historic Greenwich with its weekend markets, Royal Naval College and Greenwich campus of the University of Greenwich.

Description

The property comprises a detached house arranged over ground and two upper floors beneath a pitched roof. Externally there is a rear garden.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Reception Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom with wash basin and WC

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with en-suite Bathroom with 2 x wash basins, WC and separate shower cubicle.

Bedroom 2 with doors to balcony

Second Floor

Two Bedrooms, Bathroom with wash basin and WC

Vacant Possession

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Many thanks for all of these - was it at the same auction, do you plan to go again, and how many houses sold for more than before? Given the examples you have posted I can now enjoy my Christmas!

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