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For sale: 1960s Edward Hollamby-designed three-storey house in south west London

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A property with a real 1960s feel is for sale – this Edward Hollamby-designed house in south west London, just a short walk from Brixton underground station.

It's a three-storey town house, part of a small terrace designed to 'suit' the space it was built in and having undergone a 'sympathetic' renovation eight years ago, leaving a mid-century feel to the place inside, using original features likes the open-tread staircase, a timber divider on the first floor and original doors and door furniture throughout.


In terms of specifics, you get an entrance hall, cloakroom, open plan kitchen/dining room and utility room on the ground floor, a reception room and study area on the first floor and a hallway, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor. Outside you get a rear garden with patio and lawn.

If you want to throw your hat in the ring for it, offers are invited around the £435,000 mark. Check out the website for more background and many more photos.

Find out more at the Modern House website

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