Not the most spectacular house we’ve featured, but this 1970s five-bedroomed Swedish house in Bromley, Kent is certainly an interesting one.
The house was built in 1977 by Anneberg-Hus, a renowned Sweedish firm of house builders, a brick and timber construction known as a ‘Boshuis’.
Arrranged over two floors, you enter via a teak front door, with the ground floor offering an entrance hall that opens into a 23ft family room overlooking the garden and with a ‘Kedddy’ log burning stove. From here, you have access to a functional kitchen/breakfast room fitted in beech units, a utility room, two double bedrooms, a cloakroom and an attached garage converted by the current owners to a self contained apartment including a 16ft bedroom/lounge, kitchen and bathroom.
A pine staircase leads directly onto a 21ft reception room to the first floor. There’s also a family bathroom, master bedroom and two further bedrooms, most with purpose-built storage.
Outside the property, there’s a gravelled driveway with off street parking and ‘private well stocked gardens of fruits, flowers and shrubs’.
If that appeals, £625,000 is the asking price.