It hasn’t been on the market for the first 50 years of its life, so this three-bedroom architect-designed 1960s property in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire is certainly an interesting proposition.
Sat in what’s described as a ‘highly salubrious and desirable location’ by the agent, the house probably needs some work to get it into shape. Not that it needs a lot of work. It just needs some modernising throughout.
But it does still have some interesting features, including that period twisting staircase, large windows, exposed brick walls and plenty of space. Some great views too, especially from the living room.
Right now, space is given over to an entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, principal bedroom with en-suite, two further double bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC. There’s also a ‘mature and sizeable’ rear garden, ample off road parking and a double garage.
The agent has this down as being a potentially popular place. So coupled with the location, we’re not surprised at the £625,000 price tag. If you like the area and have the money, certainly worth checking out.