An interesting and angular house, which we are describing as a 1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6.
The house, which is opposite playing fields and within 100m of Hampstead Heath, dates back to 1973 and a look round suggests some updating, but nothing too radical. This is still the individual house of the 1970s, but with a few more modern-era fixtures and fittings.
As for the house itself, that has ‘off-street parking for several cars’ and an integral garage, both of which are likely to be selling points. But the main selling point for us is the interior.
You get around 1,400 sq. ft. of living space and an interesting layout, which includes an open-tread staircase in the centre of the property that ‘links together a number of half levels’.
The focal point is the double-height reception room with ‘steeply pitched’ timber roof and full-height glazed sliding doors that open onto a balcony. There is also an oh-so-70s spiral staircase down to the courtyard garden at the rear.
The reception room connects to an open-plan bedroom and bathroom on the mezzanine above, and to a kitchen and breakfast room below, which also has its own balcony at the front.
The lower floors hosts three further bedrooms (two doubles and one single), along with a shower room.
More images on the listing and if you like the look of the place, £1,995,000 is the asking price.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.