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The Paragon

Blackheath is located next to Greenwich. Property in Blackheath ranges from Georgian villas to Span flats. Here are a selection of the best roads in SE3. It has two local railway stations plus bus connections to central London. It is close the DLR station at Greenwich plus the Jubilee line station at North Greenwich.
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Blackheath Park

Architecture and history:
Many c. 1830s villas by George Smith.

Comments: *

Key Properties:
No 1 (lodge late C19).
No 2 (Windemere 1896).
No 4 (The gables 1896).
No 10 (1968 by Patrick Gwynne).
No 99 (5 bays c. 1830s).
No 101 (5 bays with pilasters c. 1830s).
No 103 (c. 1830s).


Eliot Place

Architecture and history:
Georgian buildings by Alexander Doull.

Comments:
Faces the heath.

Key Properties:
No 1 Heathfield House (c. 1795)
Nos 2 & 3 (pair built in 1805
Nos 4 & 5 (1792)
No 6 (1796-7 with 5 bays)
Nos 7 and 8 (Eliot Place 1792)
No 11 onwards (C19)


Lee Road

Architecture and history:
Assorted villas.

Comments:
Busy road linking Blackheath and Lee Green.

Key Properties:
Nos 71-73
Nos Nos 75-77 (with verandas)
Nos 83-85


Montpelier Row

Architecture and history:
Classic C18 terrace.

Comments:
Excellent view across heath.

Key Properties:
Nos 1-4 (1806-7)
No 5 (c. 1800)
Nos 6-14 (c. 1797)


Morden Road

Architecture and history:
Large Italianate mansions.

Comments:
Overlooks corner of the heath.

Key Properties:
No 4 (1858 by WG & E Habershon)


The Paragon

Architecture and history:
Classic crecent of large semi-detached houses, linked by colonnades. Designed by Michael Searles, 1794-1807. Now screened from Morden Road by bushes.

Comments:
Restored and converted to flats in 1950s.


Pond Road

Architecture and history:

Comments:

Key Properties:
Nos 4-12 Stuccoed houses


Shooters Hill Road

Architecture and history:
C19 villas

Comments:
Attractive houses set on a busy road overlooking the heath.

Key Properties:
Nos 2-20
Nos 7-33 (1839-1841 pairs with pediments)
No 37 (1845)
Nos 141-155 (1845)


South Row

Architecture and history:

Comments:
Overlooks Prince of Wales Pond.

Key Properties:
Colonnade House (1804 seven bays with colonnade, designed by Michael Searles).
Span flats (1959-61 by Eric Lyons).


Other residential streets of interest:

Brooklands Park
Collins Street
Eliot Vale
Foxes Dale
Foyle Road
Great Buildings
Hardy Road
Lee Terrace
Kidbrooke Grove
Lisheard Gardens
Manor Way
Quentin Road
St German's Place
Southvale
Westcombe Park Road


Span flats & Houses

Architecture and history:
Popular Span flats built by Eric Lyons from 1954 onwards.

Comments:
Quiet and secluded with informal courtyards.

Key Span developments:
Blackheath Road
Corner Green
The Hall
The Keep
The Plantation



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