We have featured one of the architect’s works in the past, but this 1960s two bedroom Edward Schoolheifer-designed modernist house in Shepperton, Middlesex is both smaller and cheaper.
Like the previous example, this particular house is sat in a conservation area, with Schoolheifer designing it for the Lyon Group back in 1964. It has been extended since the original build, but judging by the snaps, still retains the look and feel of that ’60s era and indeed, what the Swiss architect intended.
In terms of what you get, well, open plan living for a start, as well as a quirky design that has one eye on letting the sunshine in. This compact place also offers up a private carport, downstairs WC, a re-fitted kitchen diner enclosed in a ‘conservatory style reception’ with doors out to the private rear garden.
A spiral staircase leads you up to the first floor which offers a ‘spacious’ living room and bedroom two, beyond this another spiral staircase takes you onto the ‘Mezzanine’ level master bedroom, which has its own en-suite bathroom. Communal gardens outside too.
It’s a short walk from both the River Thames and Shepperton High Street, available for £259,950.