We featured a similar one to this some time back which had been renovated back to its original 1968 glory. This Eric Lyons-designed three-bedroom Span House in New Ash Green, Longfield, Kent isn’t that – but it’s available for much less.
The Span house is something people tend to love or hate, but many do love this affordable take on modernism and if you want a foot in the door, this is one to check out. Some original features are here (exterior, windows, doors etc), but inside, it’s very much typical family home.
But that’s just decor and as you can see from that previous example, some work can make this into a wonderful midcentury modern living space.
Talking of space, this place has an entrance hall with tiled flooring, a downstairs cloakroom, a dual-aspect lounge with full-height windows and patio door to rear and a kitchen/diner on the ground floor.
Upstairs is the first bedroom with dual-aspect, vaulted ceiling and feature brick wall, two further bedrooms and a bathroom. Gardens outsider, with a garage in a separate block and like all Span living, communal space too.
If you want it, the asking price is £185,000.