I don’t suppose many people ever look up at the top 132/136 which is a pity given what is there and the history behind it.
The building was “erected for the grocers David Greig in 1905 – the initials are in terracotta in the gables. Note the fine brickwork, the two balconies, and lots of quirky detail.”*
And not to be out done the building next door at 130 dates back to the mid 19th century
*Spurgeoon, Darrell, Discover Eltham, 2000
Picture; from the collection of Jean Gammons