It has been updated, but this 1960s modernist townhouse in London SE19 is still in the spirit of the original era.
Just up for sale today, this is a three-storey townhouse and one that still maintains its open plan layout. A big selling point for me and I would guess, many others too.
Love the large windows across each floor, the wooden floors, the exposed brick, the minimal finish inside and the subtly retro finish within. That’s no doubt helped along by the vintage furnishings and the fixtures and fittings, many of which are unlikely to be staying, but it does give a few design tips of your own.
Quite a large garden with this one too. Ok, it looks like it might need cutting back here and there, but the bottom line is a lot of outside space, Never something to be sniffed at.
Space within the main house too. The ground floor has been converted into a large double room spanning the length of the house with full height sliding windows at either end opening out onto the garden.
A utility room at the back leads from the hall to the garden and the addition of a wet room under the stairs make this floor self-contained if you want something for guests.
The first floor is an open plan living/dining room, again spanning the length of the house with full width double glazed windows at either end.
The kitchen area is off to the side, with all the essentials as well as plenty of storage and wooden worktops.
The top floor has two large double bedrooms and one standard single room, with the master bedroom also benefitting from a full-width built-in wardrobe. There is also a family bathroom on this floor.
I mentioned the garden, which is described as ‘terraced’ and has many plants, with the top offering some lawn, while the lower area has a large raised vegetable bed. There are small damson and plum trees and a silver birch down there too.
Off-street parking too, as well as a share of a ‘hidden’ communal garden that is part of the estate.
If this one appeals, the asking price is £675,000.
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