Not much detail of its past, but the architectural details point to this being a 1960s six-bedroom modernist property in Enfield, Middlesex.
What we do know (or at least the agent does) is that the house was previously owned and built by the Enfield borough architect. We don’t know is name, but he obviously knew his stuff.
What he built was quite a substantial modern house, one which has obviously been updated over the years, but not hugely. Yes, there’s a modern kitchen in there, as you would expect. But the windows, the exposed brick walls, wood-clad ceilings, a period staircase and a sharp, angular design for the outside are all in keeping with the original period.
It sits on a plot covering around a third of an acre, with a location described as being in a ‘quiet cul-de-sac’, close to Enfield town.
For your money, you get an entrance hall leading to the first reception room, a kitchen/diner, the second reception (aka study) and a utility room/games room. An inner hall then takes you to four bedrooms, each with an en-suite, a fifth bedroom, guest cloakroom and family bathroom. A first floor offers a sixth bedroom with en-suite and walk-in wardrobe, along with a third reception.
Outside is the gardens and what looks like quite a substantial garage, judging by the photo. All of that is on the market for £1,250,000.