A lovely development and a lovely finish. This apartment in the Eric Lyons-designed Parkleys Span development in Richmond upon Thames, Surrey is just on the market.
This is a two-bedroom, first-floor apartment in Ham and part of the Parkleys development, which was the work of both Eric Lyons and Span in the 1950s. It is now grade II-listed.
There is much to appreciate here, both in terms of the architecture and the condition of this particular apartment.
The block still screams the era, but the light and space inside this place is as ‘now’ as it gets. This is an apartment and block that have both transferred well to the modern era whist retaining plenty of period character.
For your money, you get two bedrooms, a bathroom, living / dining room and kitchen, all of which have cork floors. As a bonus, there is a store room allocated to the apartment, with views over the wonderful communal gardens likely to sell this place too.
The finish is a selling point too. It isn’t all original, but everything looks clean and fresh, with the ‘wow’ factor boosted be the interior design within this place. Ok, the furnishings aren’t part of the deal, but this is a great blueprint if you want to recreate the look with your own design pieces.
More images on the listing and if you fancy moving in, the asking price is £420,000.
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