We actually thought this was a place we covered a while back, but it turns out that was something quite similar to the grade II-listed apartment in Langham House Close, Richmond upon Thames, Surrey currently for sale.
Like that previous find, this is a stylish renovation of an apartment in the sought after Stirling & Gowan-designed Langham House Close development on Ham Common. Sought after because this mid-1950s building is both well-maintained and of course, well designed both then and now.
This apartment goes beyond well maintained, mixing original features with some interior style for a very cool living space. The original features are headed up by the original kitchen units and the exposed concrete fireplace, with the rest of the apartment generally being faithful to the 1950s design.
As for space, you are looking at two bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen / breakfast room and a living / dining room. Plenty of glazing to bring in the light too.
Outside the apartment you will find communal areas also well preserved, with ‘fine’ precast concrete, ‘beautiful’ handrails and wide walkways to enjoy. Beyond that, you are just yards from the greenery of Ham Common.
If you see this as your next home, the asking price is £475,000.
Images and details courtesy of the Modern House estate agents. For more details, images and enquiries, please visit their website.