Obviously a very distinctive home back then, this 1980s four-bedroomed property in Chislehurst, Kent still catches the eye almost 30 years after being built.
It’s an incredibly stark building, dating back to 1982, with exposed brick walls and a brick-clad spiral staircase among its notable features, not to mention wood panelled ceilings. But if that appeals, this is also quite a spacious house and a great blank canvas for your furnishings and artwork, particularly in that living room.
In terms of the layout, this detached property offers up an entrance hall leading into the family room with exposed brick walls and sliding doors to the gardens. From here, you can access a large kitchen/breakfast room with matching wall and base units and access to the gardens. Also on the ground floor is the utility room with a door to the double integral garage and double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and adjacent shower rooms.
Go up the distinctive spiral staircase and you’ll find a dual-aspect living room with exposed brick walls and full height glazed windows overlooking the gardens. There is also a master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside the house is a gravelled driveway and south-facing, secluded gardens to the rear that face south.
If all of that appeals and you have some money to spare, £899,995 is the asking price. More images and detail at the website.