Well presented two bedroom terraced property in the much sought after Greenwich Millennium Village, with rarely available private enclosed courtyard garden with access onto well maintained communal gardens. The property has been well maintained by the current owners, offering bright and well proportioned accommodation, flooded with natural light from floor to ceiling windows, and boasting stylish interiors throughout. Superbly located close to excellent transport links and amenities, the property represents an excellent family home, with features including a large double length reception room open plan to a modern kitchen area, shower rooms to both ground and first floors, ample inbuilt storage including loft access, electric heating, double glazing and wood effect flooring Accommodation comprises entrance hall with inbuilt cupboard and further understairs storage, access to a useful downstairs shower room and stairs rising to the first floor, leading into the bright and spacious dual aspect open plan reception/kitchen with double glazed windows and door onto the courtyard garden. The kitchen area comprises a range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating inset sink unit, electric hob with overhead extractor, electric oven, and further space for appliances. To the first floor, there are two well-proportioned bedrooms, plus a family shower room with a white three-piece suite The property is ideally situated within easy access of regular bus routes linking North Greenwich underground, Westcombe Park and Maze Hill stations, each providing excellent cross-London links. There are a variety of shops and amenities nearby, as well as the superb O2 Arena complex, providing unrivalled entertainment and leisure facilities including concerts, shows, cinema, restaurants, and bars. Just moments’ away, the Greenwich Ecology Park provides lovely open spaces, and there are delightful riverside walkways close to the Thames. The area is also well served by good local schools and Greenwich is within easy reach with it’s fashionable shops and markets, as well as the iconic site of the Cutty Sark and beautiful Greenwich Park and Royal Observatory Viewings strongly recommended. Comments from the owners What do you love most about your home? Our house is bright due to plenty of big glass-based big windows and doors. There is a private patio which extends to a common garden, which is great if you have kids.In this prime area of GMV (Greenwich Millenium Village), this is one of the very few terraced houses which has its own backyard and permission to own pets. This is something unique to our house and is priceless.Apart from that, there are plenty of storage spaces which is very useful for the household. Examples are lofts attached to the ceilings of the living rooms and in the master bedroom. There is also a good-sized storage area below the staircase. Why are you moving? We love the house and owned it for about 7 years now. Unfortunately, our parents now have age related health problems and our children are getting older. We are planning to move closer to our parents and preferably to a bigger house. What do you love about the area? The area is very convenient to live, travel and shop. The famous O2 arena hosts events, houses cinema, many restaurants and pubs, Icon Outlet which has the designer shops. The only IKEA in the city is in Greenwich and is walkable from the house. 3 big supermarkets i.e. Sainsburys, ASDA and ALDI are walkable and there is SEAWOO which is an oriental supermarket if you are interested to shop asian grocery. There are numerous shops such as Mothercare, B&Q, Screwfix, M&S, Matalan, Sportsdirect, Boots, JD, Decathlon, Superdrug located in and around the Greenwich shopping park. We are at walking distance to Greenwich central library and leisure centre which has a swimming pool, gym etc. GP Clinic and a pharmacy is situated a couple of streets away. Outstanding primary schools are situated again just a few streets away. GMV (Greenwich Millenium Village) has an ecological park, a children's playground and Thames river walkways just a few streets away. Greenwich is a royal borough and has world renowned maritime museum and park which is about 20 minutes walk or accessible by bus. The park is one of the largest and has stunning gardens and a rich history that dates back to Roman times. well connected to North Greenwich tube station and Greenwich town centre and all buses from the Greenwich Bus depot pass through GMV which implies good access to Greenwich neighborhoods such as Woolwich, Charlton, Kidbrooke, Thamesmead etc by buses.