Merlin Court V4M7, 2 bed homes
- Entrance hallway with storage cupboard and utility room
- Open plan lounge / dining area
- Balcony (accessed via lounge)
- Two bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Gas central heating
- Lease date: 125 years from 1 September 2016
- EPC rating – B (86)
- Council tax band – D
- Pets will not be permitted in apartments
Local area information
Moat is pleased to bring to the market this two-bedroom, apartment located on the modern Kidbrooke Village (Blackheath Quarter) development built around 2016 by Berkeley Homes.
The village itself has local amenities including a village store, Sainsbury’s Local, David Lloyd’s Club, café and delicatessen, pharmacy, information centre and community centre.
There is a selection of schools in the area including Wingfield Primary School and Holy Family Catholic Primary School.
Kidbrooke train station is half a mile away on foot with services into central London and beyond.
Kidbrooke has very good connections to the A2 and M25 motorway.
Merlin Court sits adjacent to Cator Park. In addition, the 35-acre Sutcliffe Park to the south of the village comprises areas of open grassland, tree-lined walks and a wetland nature reserve.
Trendy Blackheath and historic Greenwich are both nearby. Blackheath boasts a variety of independent shops, boutique bars, restaurants, cafés and pubs.
The 183-acre Royal Greenwich Park hosts the Royal Observatory with hilltop views over London and the Thames, includes a children’s play area, wilderness deer park, tennis centre and the Pavilion Café is less than three miles away. Greenwich itself also has a wealth of shopping and entertainment, ranging from the quirky Greenwich market to lovely riverside pubs, restaurants and a comedy club.
Min share price from: £136,250 for a 25% share
Full price from: £545,000
Minimum deposit from: £6,813
Monthly rent from: £738
There is only one available priced at £136,250 for a 25% share.
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