Featured a few of these in the past and they always prove popular, so worth flagging up this first floor apartment in the 1950s Eric Lyons-designed Parkleys development in Ham, Richmond, Surrey, which has just gone up for sale.
It is a grade II-listed building, built by Span around the mid-1950s and by and large, still faithful to the original modernist design as a building. This particular apartment looks a good example too.
Some work has been done to it, but at the same time, a lot hasn’t been touched, which means you get the original kitchen and internal doors for example, as well as a clean finish throughout to use as a blank canvas. Not sure about the bathroom, but there’s always something to change in any potential property.
As for space, this first floor apartment offers a west-facing reception room with views over the communal gardens (which you will obviously have access to), a main bedroom, a dual aspect second bedroom, an inner lobby, that wonderful kitchen and the bathroom and a shared storage area just outside the main apartment.
£349,950 is the asking price.