The Paragon

Blackheath

The Paragon

The Paragon, Blackheath

Raised hall floor apartment, within a Grade 1 listed Georgian crescent facing Blackheath. 12 foot ceilings, parquet flooring and neutral decor throughout. Please note it is not possible to light from the outside into the living room. It is possible to light from the balcony into the bedroom. Located in Blackheath.

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TrainNearest Rail: Blackheath Station, North Greenwich

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