Something similar came up back in March. If that wasn’t for you, but you liked the style, do check out this 1960s Eric Lyons-designed property on the Lambardes Span estate, New Ash Green, Kent.
This ’type K’ house, which dates back to 1968, just looks a little more contemporary, with a ‘retro modern’ theme (if that make sense) going on throughout the property.
According to the agent, the house has also been ‘well maintained’ by the current owners, with best of the original features have been preserved where possible. That obviously includes the pitch of the roof, which creates a ‘striking cathedral ceiling’ inside. In fact, the overall house design itself is a selling point, incredibly distinctive, very of its era and quite obviously Span.
As for the space, the ground floor is largely open plan, with ‘bright’ living and dining areas benefitting from natural light via the floor-to-ceiling glazing at the front and back of the house. From the kitchen you also get access to a sun room / conservatory, a large utility room, and a WC.
Upstairs space is the three bedrooms and what is described as ‘a good-sized bathroom’. Well maintained outside space front and back too and as this is Span, you are never far from communal areas too.
If you fancy the move to New Ash Green, the asking price here is £375,000.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.