It has been modernised, but we think you’ll agree that this 1960s single-storey modernist property in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire has been updated in a ‘good’ way.
By that, we mean that the general look and feel of the original design has been largely maintained, but with upgrades that appeal to the modern market. So kitchen, bathroom and finishes generally recent, along with the rather cool door entrance. But the house itself is still unmistakably of the 1960s, with extensive glazing making the most of the sun and location.
The layout, like a lot of similar designs of the era, is fairly flexible, but is currently laid out with four double bedrooms, two of which are currently used as studios. There’s also a hallway that opens onto the stylish open plan kitchen area with ‘polished white concrete island’, along with a modern glass conservatory area that open onto a decking area, two bathrooms and a formal living room with original wood burning stove.
That overlooks the outside space, which includes lawns, an ornamental garden and apple trees amongst the 0.44 of an acre. There’s also talk of potential additional building space if you need it. If you want the house as it is, the guide price is £1,395,000,