There is a real authenticity about this 1950s Ray Smith-designed modernist townhouse in London SE10.
You will find this 1958 build in the Greenwich Park Conservation Area, positioned at the north end of Greenwich Park, next to the National Maritime Museum and just a short walk from the centre of Greenwich.
So a nice position and great views, helped along by large floor-to-ceiling glazing. But what about the house? That has lots to offer too.
We have featured two 1950s modernist properties this week and while both are undeniably of the era, this one is a little more midcentury than modernist.
The outside doesn’t give too much away, but once inside, you’ll find all of that lovely wood. From the wood floors to the wood-panelled ceilings, not to mention the odd wall and the fittings. That wonderful spiral staircase too. This place is packed full of character.
Not short on space either, This is a three-storey townhouse, with an open-plan living space taking up the first floor, with three bedrooms on the level above. The ground floor is made up of a study, separate WC, utility room plus access to the paved garden, and an integrated garage.
More images on the listing if you want to see a little more detail. You can also enquire or book to view via the listing. But note that you will need around £1,100.000 to buy the place.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.