The work was undertaken by the noted architects back in 1969, with this Norman Foster and Michael and Patty Hopkins coach house conversion in London NW3 now on the market for the first time since then.
It is distinctive and unusual, but you would probably have expected that. This modernist conversion in the heart of Hampstead is arranged over two floors, which includes a are reception area at the rear of the property (approximately 600 sq. ft.) with lots or natural light, along with an adjoining kitchen and a glass pitched roof dining room.
There are also two bedroom ‘suites’ and a further reception area built into the eaves on the first floor, which is currently used a study, but is flexible enough to be converted for other uses.
You also get access to a 600 sq. ft. roof terrace, which overlooks the rear garden. From what we can see, kitchen aside, this is a house pretty much unchanged since the late 1960s and as such, is a fascinating design. Whether it remains like that perhaps depends on someone else falling in love with it.
If you have, the asking price is £2,450,000.