A very interesting 1970s Ted Levy-designed modernist property in Highgate, London N6 just on the market.
The house is in West Hill Park, described by the agent as a ‘small 1970s development’ with ‘beautiful’ landscaped grounds. As for the architecture, it is very Ted Levy, if that makes sense.
Angular 1970s modernism in red brick and with a design that offers plenty of natural light. In fact, this particular property still has its original layout, which is a huge bonus.
On the downside, it also needs bringing a little up tho date too. We love the fact that the exposed brick, parquet flooring, the gallery, a double height living room and so much original detailing survives. But as you probably know, some things age better than others, so work to be done here. Hopefully whilst maintaining much of the originality.
As for the space, you get three bedrooms, an en-suite shower room, family bathroom, a galleried reception / dining room, a kitchen / breakfast room and guest WC inside.
Outside is a front garden, south facing rear garden, a garage and a communal garden area too. I think this is a gated development too, but you probably want to confirm that with the agent or indeed, book a viewing.
It might need some work, but demand for the area and this particular development ensures it doesn’t come cheap. The guide price is £1,600,000 and ‘best bids’ need to be with the agent by Friday 23rd September 2016.
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