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On the market: 1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

An interesting and angular house, which we are describing as a 1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
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.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

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.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

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’.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

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.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

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.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

The lower floors hosts three further bedrooms (two doubles and one single), along with a shower room.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

More images on the listing and if you like the look of the place, £1,995,000 is the asking price.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.

1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6
1970s Stout & Litchfield-designed modernist property in London N6

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