We have featured one of the architect’s properties in the past, with this 1970s Ted Levy-designed four-bedroom modernist property in London NW1 looking to be cut from a similar cloth.
We’re not sure of its exact date, but we would guess the mid to late 1970s for this place, which has a ‘discreet setting’ on a private road adjacent to Hampstead Heath. That location probably accounts for the asking price of this place. Although the house is worthy of a premium too.
It’s a significant size, with this place certainly looking faithful to the original design, even if you can’t quite see its full impact with all the furniture and fittings currently inside. The extensive glazing, open spaces and angular ceilings are certainly interesting features though and with less clutter, this house will still have a ‘wow’ factor.
As for layout, the house offers up a 24’ reception room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms, bathroom, guest WC, terrace and a balcony, Outside, you’ll find an 82’ south east facing garden, plus that all-important parking space.
As we mentioned, the location pushes up the price – you’ll be looking at £2,500,000 for this place.