It’s not cheap – the location sees to that. But this 1960s-designed five-bedroom property in the Coombe Estate, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey is an interesting place in a picturesque setting.
No details on its origin in the listing (surprise, surprise), but it has the 1960s written all over, both inside and out. In fact, the house looks to have changed little over those years, but has been well-maintained.
The location is key here, sitting in a private gated lakeside setting that’s shared with two other properties, within the prestigious Coombe Estate. You can see the views from some of the images on the listing, which can be enjoyed via the two roof terraces on the house.
Talking of the house, it currently offers up an entrance hallway which leads to the ground floor space of four bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a second kitchen/utility room. On the first floor, there’s a drawing room, which also offers some good lakeside views, along with a kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room, a study, guest cloakroom and finally, the master bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Outside, there’s a landscaped garden and an integral car port with additional storage areas. More details on the agent’s site, but you’ll need to find something like £1,795,000 to own it.