Not exactly a ‘looker’ from the outside, but the interior of this 1950s four-bedroom property in London SW15 more than makes up for it.
The property in question, which is located in the ‘desirable residential area’ of West Putney, was originally built in the early 1950s by an (unknown) American architect, but has subsequently been reworked by Carl Falck Associates, creating a house more in keeping with the modern desire for open space.
The house is arranged over two floors, with the ground floor offering a dual-aspect eat-in kitchen with large glazed roof light, a substantial main reception room with curved Crittall window, two further reception rooms and a utility room.
Head upstairs and you will find all four bedrooms (all with full-length glass doors), the master bedroom with an en-suite and a family bathroom serving the rest of the bedrooms. Balconies too, for taking in the outside space.
Talking of which, there is a private garden at the rear with easy access from the house, along with a garage with an additional studio space attached. If you have more vehicles, off-street parking for several cars is also included.
Many more images on the listing, with the price at a not-inconsiderable £1,650,000.