An end of terrace house on Vanbrugh Park Estate is currently for sale. It’s been modernised but unfortunately, most of the original features – including the chimney stack – have been removed.
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Saturday 7 December
Meet in front of Westcombe Court
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Wednesday 11 December
Meet on the lawn outside Westcombe Court
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As you may be aware, a tree toppled over on the eastern side of the estate, causing considerable damage to one of the houses. Thankfully, no one was seriously hurt, but it has some neighbours raising concerns about other trees on the estate.
As autumn is the best time to check for fungal fruiting bodies and take any remedial action if necessary, Greenwich Council Tree Officer Sam Bateson will be visiting the estate to survey all the trees some time in the next few months.
Designed by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon and completed in 1963, Vanbrugh Park Estate is set on seven acres with a mixture of dwelling types: an eight-storey tower block with 64 flats, low-rise terraced houses, and maisonettes arranged over garages