No architect attached to this and internally, not as lot in the way of original features. But we still like the look of this 1960s modernist property in London SW16.
Why? Well, because it marries the quirky shape of the original 1965 design with a bright contemporary interior. It’s a cool modern living space with the odd touch of the past scattered around (like the staircases for example). The kind of place that’s usually found in the centre pages of an interiors magazine.
Once inside, you’ll find around 2296 sq. ft. of space over two floors, including a ‘generous’ hallway, a large south-facing reception room and dining room with glass sliding doors to the garden, a separate kitchen, three bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor are two more bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom, access to a roof terrace area with views from Box Hill and Richmond round to Chelsea and Battersea.
Outside you’ll see a double garage and off-street parking, with a plot covering around a third of an acre.
Price? It’s up for £1,300,000.