Something of a time capsule, courtesy of this 1960s modernist property in Bromley, Greater London.
At least, we presume it’s from the 1960s. All the signs are there, although we haven’t been able to find out a great deal about this place. The agent point to the house being a ‘mid-century architect designed house’, which is pretty much all we have.
It is an interesting place, not least because it doesn’t look to have change much – if at all – over the decades. The exterior is obviously ‘of the era’, with the inside pretty much untouched too.
We love the exposed brick and wood ceilings, the split level reception, the light fittings and the original built-in furnishings. Yes, it needs an update here and there and of course, the furniture is unlikely to come with it. But this is still a house that will appeal to fans of 1960s modernism.
The accommodation is described as ‘spacious, light and airy’ and includes three reception rooms, a family room, the fitted kitchen, WC and a sun room to the ground floor.
Head upstairs and you will find five bedrooms, with the master bedroom offering an en suite, while the rest can share the separate family bathroom.
A secluded rear garden too, as well as a driveway to the front which leads to a double integral garage.
If that appeals, the asking price is £1,200,000.
Images and details courtesy of Alan de Maid. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.