If you like the idea of one, there is a 1960s Eric Lyons-designed Span House on the Cator Estate, Blackheath, London SE3 just up for sale.
Much to appreciate here too. This is on the much-loved Cator Estate in Blackheath, a T15 property dating back to 1964 and a slightly extended example offering around 1060 sq. ft. of internal space.
The T15 itself is a larger property, offering around a quarter more floorspace than the standard terraced on the Span estate, as well as a wider garden. According to the agent, T15 properties rarely hit the market.
But this one has, with a lovely sense of originality about it The parquet flooring, the windows, the cabinets, internal doors all still have that 1960s charm about them. Of course, this is an extended property and one that has been updated here and there (the kitchen looking very recent, for example). But overall, there is a period feel to this place.
In terms of the space, you head in via the ground-floor entrance porch, which leads to the kitchen, the large living area and study area with parquet floor and a wet room at the rear of the floor. Lovely floor-to-ceiling windows at the front of the house too.
Head upstairs and you will find three bedrooms, two looking out over the street, one over the garden. The family bathroom completes the layout.
As we mentioned above, you get a garden here too, as well as a separate garage. Of course, being a ’Span’ means communal space to enjoy as well as your own.
If you want a closer look, there is an open day on 4th March for this place. So do contact the agent about that if you have an interest. You will also need access to something like £895,000 to secure it too.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.