I guess this is a 1980s Walter Segal-designed modernist property in London SE23, although the architect has actually passed away prior to this place being built.
That’s because the house here is one of seven properties in Segal Close that were constructed in the early 1980s using the ‘Segal Method’. That method of construction relied on a a modular, timber-frame system that was easy to build and easy to maintain, without the need for bricklayers and plasterers.
This is one of the seven, a three-bedroom detached property with a large lounge with great views over the garden, plus an open plan kitchen to the dining room with access onto a decked balcony. Obviously there are the three bedrooms too, along with two bathrooms (one being a shower room), a cellar space for storage and your own garden plus allocated parking.
Not sure then images quite do the place justice (but this is all we have I’m afraid). However, if you see here, you can see another of the houses that sold a couple of years back.
If you want the one pictured here, the asking price is £525,000.