We have featured other properties built with this ‘method’ before, but not this Walter Segal-designed modernist property in London SE23.
The house was built in the mid-1980s, a timber-framed property constructed using the ‘Segal Method’, which is a method of self-build design developed by Swiss architect Walter Segal.
The result of that system is a three-bedroom detached house its own ‘large’ private garden and located at the end of a ‘peaceful and sought-after’ cul-de-sac containing 13 houses, all of which were constructed using the Segal system. Each one is different though, with the layouts adaptable and extendable.
Open plan too and despite its era, still a house that looks pretty contemporary today.
That layout is over two floors, with the ground floor dominated by a 25ft reception room with timber flooring, an open kitchen, a dining room and cloakroom. Head up the first floor, which contains three bedrooms, lots of built-in storage and a bathroom.
As for the outside, that includes two sun decks, one accessed from the main living space and another on the first floor from the main bedrooms, off-street parking for residents and of course, plenty of greenery of your own.
If you need more house and less garden, there is ‘indefinite planning permission’ to extend the house with two further bedrooms on the first floor plus more living space on the ground floor.
If you fancy moving in as is, the asking price is £810,000.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.