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For sale: 1960s-designed Camden Pines house in Chislehurst, Kent

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Not the most instantly eye-catching house we've ever featured, but this 1960s-designed Camden Pines house in Chislehurst, Kent has the potential to be a real modernist gem.

A large 5-bedroom house in what's described as 'a quiet, secluded location', it was designed in 1968 by the architect Roy Lancaster with a number of features common from that particulalr era, including a large, light living room with floor to ceiling glazing and 'free-flowing' internal spaces. Downside? Well, externally it isn't much of a looker and the internal decor is very 'mumsy', so you'll have to use your imagination about what it could look like with a bit of effort.


Accommodation includes five bedrooms on the first floor (one with en suite bathroom) plus an additional bathroom. There's a large living room downstairs, along with a a large family room / studio, breakfast room, utility room and kitchen. A garden is at the rear, with a double garage and west-facing roof terrace and balcony finishing things off.

All of that for offers around the £799,000 mark. If you're in the area, there's also a viewing day on 9th October 2010.

Find out more at the Modern House website

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