We have done quite a few vintage places of late, so here is something modern to balance things out, a four-bedroom contemporary modernist property in Pinner, Hertfordshire.
I think you’d call this a modernist-inspired family home, but you’ll need to be a pretty affluent family to buy it. It’s certainly not cheap. But it does have a lot to offer if you like the house the area and especially if you like technology – everything from intercom systems to cinema with automatic screen and speaker system. Underfloor heating and cutting edge lighting too, naturally.
According to the agent (who doesn’t give out any background detail about the house), you enter via an entrance hall, which leads to a reception hall with vaulted ceiling, an oak staircase and walk-in cloaks cupboard. You’ll also find a guest cloakroom and a sizeable lounge with bi-folding glazed doors, which also has an pen plan arch to the cutting edge kitchen/breakfast room.
Also on the ground floor is the dining room, a dual-aspect family room and an en-suite shower room. Follow an inner passage and you’ll also find a utility room and an office/study.
Head up the staircase and you’ll be greeted with a further vaulted ceiling, the master bedroom with en-suite, a second bedroom with en-suite and a family bathroom. If you are wondering about the bedroom count, presumably you can rearrange some of the other rooms to bedroom space if required. Outside, there’s a garage with electric power, a front garden with paved driveway and border, along with a rear and side garden.
Not cheap, as we hinted at earlier – the asking price is £1,275,000.