Aside from this being a 1960s detached three-bedroom house in Chiswick, London W4, we don’t know a lot about this place. But the images show a house that hasn’t changed much over the years.
The house is said to sit on a quiet corner in a ‘quality tree lined residential street’, not too far from Gunnersbury Station and the High Road Facilities.
The outside shows a fairly austere place, but that is balanced out by that lovely period interior. This isn’t a museum either. It has obviously been maintained well and amazingly, a lot of these features would fit effortlessly into a modern-day interior. What goes around comes around. Some features, like the wood panelling and the fitted furniture, would be incredibly expensive to replicate too.
As for the space on offer, that is briefly detailed as three bedrooms, a bathroom, separate WC, an open plan reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, boiler/store room and a cloakroom.
There is also an integral garage and off street parking, along with a covered side garden and a south facing rear garden. If all of that appeals, the agent is asking for around £850,000 – and there’s no chain. More images on the agent’s site.