I know, we featured one from the same development just last week. But thanks to Tracey, we now have another 1960s Westfield Span House in Ashtead, Surrey for you to consider. Once again, this needs some work.
Needs work, but has a good amount of originality about it. Not complete originality, that would be asking a little too much. But enough for the right person to bring it back to its best,
Of course, the communally-maintained frontage is as it should be, as well as those front windows. Once inside, you should find the original parquet flooring under the carpet (according to local knowledge), as well as original doors and fittings. Even the bathroom tiles and sink are from the original construction, should you want to get everything as it once was.
But there areas for improvement. The kitchen will almost certainly need updating and the wall between the kitchen and the lounge is an addition – original Westfield houses had a glass and wood shelving divider between them, should you want to get that back. You could always check with a neighbour to see what it was like.
It also needs a finishing touch too. Just a bit if life adding to a house that looks like it has been stripped down / emptied prior to selling.
The current layout has a hall with fitted cupboards, a cloakroom, a sitting room, a diving room and the kitchen on the ground floor. Upstairs you will find a double aspect bedroom with pitched ceiling, along with two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
The communal space as you would expect outside (although that’s not mentioned by the agent), plus a modest front garden and a rear garden (also in need of work) to call your own. There is a garage associated with the house in a separate block too.
It needs someone who loves the idea of a Span to move in and bring it back to its best. If that is you, the asking price is £399,950.
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