An interesting and fairly modern build is on the market right now, this Alan Camp-designed four-bedroom contemporary modernist property in London, SE3.
It was built in 2010 to that Alan Camp design and located on what’s described as ‘a sought-after residential street’ that is on the edge of a heath notable for its ‘innovative modern architecture’.
High end finishes pepper this place and despite the fairly stark exterior (which uses grey-painted textured render and perforated copper panels), the house is designed to bring in plenty of natural light. It’s much brighter than you might think.
Once you get inside, you’ll find 2,300 sq ft of living space over two floors. That includes a dramatic double-height entrance hall with large skylights, a large family room with doors opening onto the garden, an office space and downstairs cloakroom, an internal garden and a kitchen that opens onto a bright south-facing patio.
Upstairs offers a master bedroom with glass roof, a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom. There are a further three bedrooms and a family bathroom on that floor too.
The only downside is the asking price, a fairly substantial £1,475,000. Many more images on the listing.