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Greenwich is located below Blackheath and on the River Thames. Property in SE10 ranges from fine Georgian houses to
Victorian terraces. Here are a selection of the best roads in SE10


Blackheath Hill

Architecture and history:
mixed styles.

Comments:
Busy road part of A2 but near the common. In borough of Greenwich.

Key Properties:
No 31 (built c. 1760 by Michael Searles of Paragon fame).
Nos 37-45 (remains of earlier C19 terrace).
Nos 72-74 (remains of earlier C19 Union Terrace).
Nos 87-91 (built c. 1790).
Nos 106 & 108 (built c. 1760).


Blackheath Road

Architecture and history:
Varied styles.

Comments:
Busy main road part of A2. In borough of Greenwich.

Key Properties:
Nos 23-9 (stuccoed villas c.1820)


Croom's Hill

Architecture and history:
Period houses from C17 to C19.

Comments:
Busy road, joins Chesterfield Walk in Blackheath.

Key Properties:
Nos 6-12 (two pairs built 1723)
Nos 14-36 (various dates, 14 is later C18, 16-18 are late C17 with later stucco, 26 late C18)
Nos 52 The Grange (C17-C18)
Nos 54-60 (terrace of c. 1760)
No 66 (1630s)
No 68 (1697)
Manor House (built c.1695 for Sir Robert Robinson, Lord Ltn of Greenwich Hospital)


Croom's Hill Grove

Architecture and history:
1838

Comments:
Cul de sac


Dartmouth Grove

Architecture and history:
Properties date from the Eighteenth century.

Comments:
Overlooks the heath.

Key Properties:
Sherwood & Lydia House (Stuccoed pair built in 1776).


Dartmouth Row

Architecture and history:
Some buildings date from the 1690s.

Comments:
Near to the heath

Key Properties:
Nos 20-22 (possibly late C17 but altered and stuccoed).
Nos 21 Spencer House and 23 Percival House (both originally one house 1689?).
Nos 28-36 (varied dates 28 is 1794, 30 has a Palladian front of c. 1730).


Gloucester Circus

Architecture and history:
Begun by Michael Searles c. 1791-1809. Only south part built as planned, a plain crescent with three-bay houses. North side was damaged in WWII.

Comments:

Key Properties:
Nos 1-8


Greenwich Park Street

Architecture and history:
Comments:
Key Properties:

Hyde Vale

Architecture and history: Developed from 1829. Mostly terraces dated c. 1840.

Comments:

Key Properties:
Nos 56-64 (C18)

King William Walk

Architecture and history:
Early Eighteenth Century

Comments:

Key Properties:
No 11 (early C18)
Nos 12-15 (early C18)

Maze Hill

Architecture and history: *
Comments:
Key Properties:


Prior Street

Architecture and history: C19

Comments:
Key Properties:



Royal Hill

Architecture and history:
Comments:

Key Properties:

No 30-36


 

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