Greatwood, Chislehurst, Kent BR7
£1,100,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A 1960's modernist town house designed by the renowned architect Norman Starrett, an ambitious young man who learned his trade by working for the well-known Modernist architects Jane Drew and Maxwell Fry. Starrett worked on a select few visionary developments for the developers Hyndewood who were the main rival of Span in the post war era for the progressive designs and quality of their builds.

Greatwood is an exclusive small development that was so highly regarded at the time that it was awarded a Civic Design Award in the 1960s and enjoys Local Listing today.

This particular house is at the end of the staggered terrace, so designed to enhance privacy, and has been sympathetically extended to the side incorporating Starrett's attention to detail so renowned within his designs.

The plot is one of the largest on the development and the garden has been landscaped to accentuate the contours of the land making the most of the available space.

The location is excellent being three quarters of a mile from Chislehurst High Street and Elmstead Woods Station.

The presentation of this chain free house is excellent. The flexibility of the accommodation will suit a variety of people for different reason so internal viewing should be conducted at your earliest convenience.

Council Tax:- London Borough of Bromley, Band G - £2,819.20

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