It looks stark from the outside, but there’s much to like in this 1960s Neave Brown-designed modernist terraced property in London N19.
Dating from the middle of the 1960s, this modernist terrace or town house (take your pick) still has original features beyond the front door, including the sliding/dividing doors, which makes the living space a little more versatile.
However, much of what’s here has been renovated to a high standard, offering the 1960s architecture, but with the comforts of the current era, such as beech flooring, a hand made beech kitchen and beech clad bathroom and shower room.
Space on offer is three to four bedrooms (depending on how you use the layout), a bathroom and shower room, reception room, kitchen and dining room and utility room. There’s also a balcony and patio area, the former with direct access on the upper ground floor. You also get access to an 80ft wide south facing communal garden shared with the other four houses on the terrace.
The word ‘terrace’ equates to cheap in some areas. Not this one, The price here is £1,150,000.