It’s under offer – but it’s not sold as yet. Which means you still have time to pick up this blast from the past – a 1960s three-bedroom detached house in London SE23 that still in its original condition.
It’s an amazing find (and credit to Chris Kiernan for being the man who found it). Presuming it dates from the 1960s due to the ‘look’ inside and out, it looks hardly changed since the day it was built. As if someone has just taken out the furniture and left the original shell.
That shell is a great one too, with large windows to the front, with an integrated garage and access to the property at the lower level. Walk inside and you see just how those large windows work for the property, which has an entrance hall, a downstairs WC and that garage on the ground level, a first floor with a reception room, a kitchen and a storage room (used as an office), along with access to the rear garage.
On a mezzanine level you’ll find another reception room at the front, with a top floor offering three bedrooms and a bathroom. The property also has off-street parking, solid wood flooring and some double glazing. Oh yes – and those period features.
Check out that fireplace, the wooden floor, the ceilings, the fitted units, the wardrobes and the kitchen. Impressive, if a little colourful. The asking price is £399,950 – and there’s still time to get your offer in.