About Rush Grove Street, Woolwich, London, SE18, England
Rush Grove House offers an exclusive lifestyle set behind private electric gates and within private walled grounds which include access to a nature reserve, beautifully manicured lawns which lead down to a boating and fishing lake, to which a resident would have access for use, with a wonderful woodland walk around the perimeter. The opportunity of living this lifestyle is unique in the area and to find such space in London is rare, a home for all seasons.
This Grade II listed Georgian manor house was built in 1816 and once was the private residence for the Commander of the Royal Marine Barracks. Currently divided into two properties but offers the versatility to arrange as one private residence or remain as two. The living accommodation offers grand proportions with ceiling height and room volumes expected of a home from this era, plentiful space for home working and both formal and informal entertaining.
Within close proximity is Canary Wharf and London City airport is approximately 24 minutes away by car and with Woolwich benefitting from Crossrail which is earmarked for 2021 you will be approximately 21 minutes to Bond Street and less than an hour to Heathrow airport.
Owning Rush Grove House provides an opportunity to have the lifestyle of living in part of a private country estate with all the comforts and experiences that London has to offer a short distance away.