An interesting period design, with this 1960s Austin Vernon-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Giles Coppice, London SE19 also offering up some stylish living space too.
The house was designed by Austin Vernon & Partners in the mid-1960s, a small group of townhouses on the prestigious Dulwich Estate and said to have been influenced by the Halen Estate near Berne, one of the most noted of all modernist housing schemes.
All of the houses come with off-street parking and with a ‘well-maintained’ area of green space on the road. The houses also rarely come onto the market, so if you want this one, you might need to move quickly – if you have the money required to secure it.
This particular property has been recently refurbished, but is still very much a blank canvas. In terms of layout, you get three bedrooms, an open-plan living / dining room, a kitchen and study. There is also a separate building (with WC and underfloor heating) that has been recently renovated to a high standard and could be used as a studio or office. There is a lawned garden at the rear and a small terrace garden at the front.
If you want it, the house is up for £499,950.