Does this place look familiar? it should, as we featured a house looking very similar to it last week. But this 1980s Chu and Carter-designed five-bedroomed house in Chislehurst, Kent is actually a little cheaper.
Aside from that, it shares many of the same features – the same team of architects, the same era and a number of notable features. You’ve probably already spotted that external brick staircase, the wood cladding, the hardwood tongue and groove ceilings, exposed brick walls and the floor-to-ceiling windows. Are there more of these? If there are, do let us know.
But let’s focus on this property now, which is said to be in a prime area of town and is set over three floors. The double door entrance leads to a wooden spiral staircase rising to the first and second floor. A sun pipe lets in natural light to the top end of the staircase.
You’ll find two bedrooms to the ground floor, along with a shower room located on the same floor. There’s also a utility room with side access to a double garage. The first floor landing opens onto the dining room, which is adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room, while an inner lobby leads to a double aspect master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. Also on this floor are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Head up to the second floor and you’ll a triple aspect sitting room occupying the whole of the floor with access to the decked roof terrace. Outside, there’s a raised driveway, plenty of parking and a rear garden set out over three levels.
All of that will set you back around £825,000.