This lovely flat is ideal for first time buyers. It has unusually high ceilings and is deceptively spacious. The open and bright reception at the front of the house boasts plenty of character and leads in to the fully fitted kitchen and walled garden. Downstairs are two bedrooms with excellent storage and the recently updated bathroom. What the owner says: What do you love most about your home? We fell in love with this flat almost the first time we walked in the front door. It′s a unique mix of cosy and quirky, and almost grand in some ways - with high ceilings, a unique Victorian spiral staircase with floor to ceiling bookshelf running down the side, a beautiful original huge window in the kitchen, and yet a cosy and contained feel throughout. We′ve had some of the best times of our lives here - from great dinner parties and BBQs with friends, to nights in with each other snuggled up on the couch. Why are you moving? We need more space as we′re starting about moving on to the next stage of our lives. For that reason, we also want to be nearer to parents for childcare reasons. We′ll miss Charlton and our flat though. What do you love about the area? Charlton is a little quiet village in zone 3 of London. It′s got a beautiful park with a stunning Jacobean house with one of the best sunsets in London behind it when you go for a run at dusk, good amenities in terms of gyms, supermarkets, etc., an awesome greengrocer which does the best cheap organic tomatoes on the vine we′ve found in London to feed my gazpacho obsession, lovely kind neighbours, and an unbeatable community spirit. We′re close to one of the great parks in London in Greenwich and Blackheath, and some awesome nightlife in Lewisham and New Cross. Charlton has fab transport links into town - the National Rail train takes around 15 minutes to London Bridge (and then onwards to Cannon Street, or Waterloo East and Charing Cross, or the Thameslink up to the City and Kings Cross and beyond, depending on which train, running around 8 trains per hour on average) - without being crammed in like sardines like people are on the tube - as well as regular buses (ca 10 minutes) to North Greenwich which is on the Jubilee line.