Not just another Span house, this 1960s three-bedroom Span house in New Ash Green, Kent has been ‘meticulously-restored’ to its 1960s glory by the current owners.
A ‘K2A’ house type that was designed by Eric Lyons in 1968, it is one of many Span houses in this particular village. In fact, around 50 per cent of the housing in this place is Span. This one is near the village green and for commuters, about two miles from Longfield, which is about half an hour to London Victoria.
As for the renovated house itself, it has a new front door, ‘Span’ mushroom lighting, renovation of Span units in the kitchen and new internal timber cladding, not to mention more general work on its structure.
Inside, you'll find a reception hall with a WC, a living room with floor-to-ceiling glass on both sides, a kitchen and a dining room on the ground floor. Head upstairs and you’ll find three bedrooms and a bathroom. A garage and landscaped gardens by the owner (who is a professional gardener) can be found outside.
If you fancy it, the asking price is £250,000. Many more images on the agent's site.