Back to one of the most popular parts of the capital for this 1960s Austin Vernon and Partners-designed property on the Dulwich Estate, London SE21.
The house dates from around 1968 and the work of Manfred Bresgaens, who was working for Austin Vernon and Partners at the time. You will find it on Lings Coppice, an arrangement of properties arranged in U-shaped terraces with gardens that open onto communal landscaped areas, with space for pedestrians and cars kept separate from the actual housing.
Talking of the house, that’s split over two levels, with ‘atrium-style dining areas’ at the heart of the house. This one is far from an untouched property. Period details are still present and the layout faithful to the original design as far as we can see.
But the house has been renovated to what looks like a very high standard. The agent also mentions work carried out to the flat roof too, which is always nice to read.
In terms of the space, head in and you’ll find a wide hallway, accessing the integral garage one way (you also get a further space for a car if you need it) and to the right a shower room.
Beyond that is that double-height dining room with high-level windows and an upper-floor gallery. The main living space includes a kitchen and reception area, which opens onto the south-facing rear garden and then onto the communal grounds.
Upstairs you will find four bedrooms, two at the front and two larger bedrooms at the back, along with a family bathroom.
If you fancy it, the asking price is £825,000. Note also that there is a service charge of around £840pa too.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.