I think it is fair to say that it doesn’t look at its best right now. But with a bit of tweaking to the interior, this 1960s Walter Greaves-designed modernist property in Blackheath, London SE3 could be a stylish place to live.
It looks largely original in terms of design and layout, although the interior looks to have been updated in the 1980s, but without obvious structural changes. The large windows and exposed brick, for example, survived the upgrades.
That’s one plus. Another looks to be the quiet location and the views, with the house overlooking the nearby St Michael’s church. A third plus is obviously the space on offer here.
It’s a three-storey house with a bright open plan reception room, a decent-sized kitchen alone with five bedrooms. Six if you include the study, which could be converted to bedroom accommodation. Two bathrooms and three roof terraces complete the internal layout.
Outside there is a walled garden with mature shrubs and trees, along with paved patios and pathways. You also get a double garage and additional off street parking.
If that appeals, the asking price is £950,000. More detailed descriptions of the rooms are available on the agent’s site.