The original was described as as ‘dated’ bungalow, very different to the Will Caradoc-Hodgkins-designed conversion in Twickenham, south west London you see here.
Dating back to the 1960s and located in a ‘private and peaceful’ corner of Twickenham, this house has been ‘taken back to bare bones’ (according to the architect), resulting in a very modern ‘light filled spacious house’.
Bright both outside and inside due to the site rendering, which is obvious as you approach the house via its walled garden.
Once inside you’ll see how the bungalow now has a raised roof and clerestory windows to maximise the natural light and space. Talking of space, a good amount of that for living purposes too.
The main L-shaped kitchen / dining / living space that’s described as ‘large and light’ by the agent, with large sliding doors that open out onto the garden.
Three bedrooms, along with a ‘very large’ family bathroom with teak floor, and a utility room. Outside there are gardens to the front and back, plus off-street parking for one car.
A very stylish contemporary living space, it is on the market for around the £975,000 mark.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.