Rush Grove House
Built in 1816, Rush Grove House was once the residence of a Commander of the Royal Marine barracks. After falling into disarray in recent times, it was purchased by its current owner, who has beautifully restored this property, and sensitively divided it into two properties – Rush Grove House and Rush Grove South.
Rush Grove House offers up to six bedrooms, three reception rooms and four bathrooms, perfect for those who desire the space and exclusivity of a country estate with the convenience of a London lifestyle. Its period features blend in naturally with modern features which have been part of the refurbishment, offering both modern living within the exclusive enclosure of local history.
The property is approximately 4611 sq. ft, (428.3 sq. metres), internally which excludes storage space, and has access to over three acres of landscaped gardens and the luxury of Mulgrave Pond which measures two acres, ideal for those fond of fishing, and looking for that tranquillity rarely found in a city.
Woolwich, and the surrounding areas, has benefited from a renaissance with many new development schemes including The Royal Arsenal and the regeneration of the Royal Military. Transport links to central London are within walking distance, and will soon benefit from the Crossrail link soon to open.
There are not enough words which can do this property justice. A viewing would be advised to fully appreciate and take in the fantastic work completed into restoring this wonderful property to its former glory in the 21st Century.