New to the market is this 1960s Andrews, Emerson & Sherlock-designed modernist property in London SW19.
One of a number of similar properties dating from around 1961 – 1963, this is an end of terrace in what looks like fairly original condition.
Of course, the kitchen and bathroom are new and the finishes look fairly recent too. But the structure of the house, the wood flooring in the living room and the internal doors all look original.
That’s obviously a good thing as the full-height rear windows, the parquet flooring and the small details are obviously selling points for anyone looking for this kind of house. Throw in some modern-era home comforts and it is definitely a winner.
As for space, the ground floor has what’s described as a ‘spacious and light’ reception room with the large windows and doors leading onto the private garden. There is also a modern kitchen on this floor too.
On the first floor there are three ‘good sized’ double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with ‘plenty of storage throughout’ should you need it. A private garden too as well as some ‘well-kept’ communal gardens.
As for location, this place is only a short distance from Wimbledon Common and is fairly near to Southfields underground station.
If all of that appeals, the asking price is £779,500.
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