It has been updated over the years, but this 1970s E. G. Fisher & Associates-designed modernist property in Old Shepperton, Surrey is still an interesting proposition.
In a ‘private, tucked away location’, the house dates back to 1972, but was extended by architect Richard Pain some time later. That added space will certainly be a selling point today, as will the some of the original details that survive, including an ‘abstract relief mural’ on the outside of the front of the house.
Head through the high-walled front courtyard (which has plenty of parking space) and enter through the front door and you’ll be greeted by a double-height hall, which in turn leads to the dining area which opens onto the gardens via sliding glazed doors. Also on the ground floor, in the south wing of the house, is the kitchen / breakfast room and a reception room. The north wing offers up a study, a second reception room, two bedrooms and a shower room.
Head up the oak-detailed steps and you’ll find a galleried landing, leading to the master bedroom suite (with en-suite bathroom and balcony overlooking the garden) plus a further three bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.
Outside space is worth mentioning too, including that courtyard, a double garage, a workshop, a landscaped garden, lawns and of course, the Californian-style kidney-shaped pool and surrounding paved terrace.
All of that can be yours for around £1,200,000.