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On the market: 1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3

1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3
1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3

The postcode obviously dictates the price, but if you have the cash and fancy something with period appeal, this 1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3 might fit the bill.

1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3
1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3

The house was built in 1963, part of a group of three two-storey properties  designed by Segal, all with the same key feature – a wall of glazing to the rear of the property, which offers the views and brings in the light.

1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3
1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3

Talking of views, it also comes with a large 52ft south-facing garden too, which is a bonus in the summer, although the agent does mention its potential to extend. Not sure how that would work without breaking the original design, but it’s obviously a selling point to some people.

1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3
1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3

As for accommodation, that’s made up of a reception room, kitchen/dining room, principal bedroom with Jack and Jill bathroom, two further bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), guest cloakroom, utility room and store room. It’s also been updated and is ready to walk into without any further work.

1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3
1960s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in Belsize Park, London NW3

As we mentioned above, the postcode is one of the key selling points here, as well as a decent plot size. That accounts for the  £1,250,000 guide price.

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