Judging by the photos, not a lot has changed with this 1960s four-bedroom modernist property in Pinner, Middlesex since it was built.
Described as an architect designed property, the house sits in a ‘highly desirable’ cul-de-sac, overlooking local farmland, but within walking distance of local amenities. A decent location, you would think.
Its stark 1960s exterior is matched with a brighter interior, which boasts wood floors and ceilings, along with plenty of original period fittings. The kitchen certainly jumps out as us, as do the internal doors and staircase. It’s not a look for everyone, but if you love this era, it will certainly have appeal.
Accommodation is described as ‘flexible and spacious’ and arrange over two floors. Enter via the hallway with exposed staircase and you’ll find two reception rooms with original wood block flooring, a fully fitted kitchen and breakfast room with views over farmland, a utility room and an out house. The ground floor also has two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a separate WC.
Upstairs the master bedroom has a dressing room attached (which could be converted to an en-suite bath/shower room), an addition bedroom with more views over the farmland and a family bathroom. Outside, there is a ‘walled frontage’ for privacy, a lawn front garden and paved rear garden with a raised patio area. There’s also a spacious garage with power and plenty of off road parking.
The guide price is £725,000.