At the more affordable end of the spectrum is this 1930s apartment in the Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London SW2.
Affordable because this is an apartment, part of grade II-listed development on Streatham Hill and described as ‘among the finest Modern Movement housing in the UK’.
The apartment is on ‘arguably the best block at Pullman Court’ according to the agent, adding that it is also in ‘very good condition’, which is certainly the impression we get from the images.
The photography also shows an apartment that sits well between the past and the present, with stripped Crittall windows, painted concrete floors and a muted overall design with a mix of classic and modern design throughout.
As for the layout, that is two bedrooms (with one used as an office judging by the imagery), the kitchen, a bathroom and a good-sized reception room. You also get ‘a garage en bloc’ and some resident’s parking on the estate.
There is always more than meets the eye to these places and in the case of Pullman, there is an ‘active’ residents’ committee and a strong community, with summer barbeques and Christmas parties held in the landscaped grounds.
Note that there is a service charge of £2,186.11 per annum to consider, as well as the asking price of £375,000.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.