Here’s a 1970s-built home in Langley, a village in the Maidstone district of Kent, England, that feels totally of its era. Designed by architect Patrick O’Keefe, the residence is made up of a rectangular volume propped on a smaller one, where a study, utility room, and a garage reside.
Upstairs, the main floor features a clean white-walled interior with pale wooden floors. Large windows and a flowing floorplan create a sunny space, which includes an expansive L-shaped living and dining area, a spacious kitchen, 3 sizable bedrooms, and, a bathroom.
Well maintained and refurbished over the years, the approximately 1,800-square-foot feels contemporary, too, owing in part to its timeless design. The interiors also create a striking contrast against the textured facade, which boasts brick walls on the bottom floor, and a geometrically patterned covering on the second.
The seemingly floating main floor creates 2 carports below it on either side, but these can be filled out, as the listing suggests, if desired. The property, which is offered at £495,000, or about $ 650,000, also features beautifully manicured lawns and gardens. Have a look.
Via: The Modern House