You know what the agent is trying to say when it only gives you a certain view of this 1960s Michael Neylan-designed five-bedroom property in Ashtead, Surrey.
Of course, it’s all about the plot and knocking down this place. Talk of a ‘lovely plot’, the size of the plot and a mention of a lack of covenants and the need for ‘local planning consent’ to replace the building says as much. So if you want to check this place out as a potential place to live, you might want to do it quick.
We can’t see inside, as you might have guessed, so we just have the outside shots to go by. But we do have a description of the layout inside. That points to a private driveway leading to an entrance lobby with sliding doors to a living room with full-height glazing and door to garden, the kitchen and a bedroom accessed via the living room, with two walk-in wardrobes.
An inner lobby then takes you to the main bathroom and separate WC, two more bedrooms, a dressing room (or possible bedroom) with full-height glazing, leading to the main bedroom, again with full-height glazing, as well as an en-suite bathroom.
Outside, there’s a carport, additional parking, a garden lodge with disused swimming pool, changing area and shower cubicle, plus lots of garden (we are back to that big plot).
All of that for £600,000.