Property of the week: 1950s Span House in Hampton Hill
By Ellie Brown - Local Democracy Reporter
5th Nov 2021 | Property of the Week
Looking for a home in Teddington or just nosey?
Either way you'll love our Property of the Week feature.
Each week Nub News will be highlighting a different property in the Teddington area.
This week we're spotlighting a historic 1950s Span House in Hampton Hill.
The house is marketed by L] https://www.dexters.co.uk/property-for-sale/house-for-sale-in-hampton-road-hampton-tw12/159720 [L+] Dexters [.L], and benefits from an ideal location on Hampton Road, close to both Hampton Hill and Teddington high streets and Bushy Park.
It is also a rare chance to live in an archetypal modernist home, being one of the houses built by Span Developments in the 1950s and 60s.
Architects Geoffrey Townsend and Eric Lyons designed the houses to emphasise space and light, taking the existing landscape and nature into consideration and ensuring plenty of community space in their developments.
Many Span Houses were built in South-West London and the pair started their company in Richmond before setting up Span Developments.
Here is the property listing in full:
Hampton Road, TW12
Guide price: £575,000
Key features- Three Bedrooms
- Mid Terraced- Private Garden
- Garage- No Onward Chain
- Close To Bushy Park
Designed by Eric Lyons, this 1950s Span House is located on Hampton Road which borders both Teddington and Hampton Hill.
It is close to the Laurel Road gate to Bushy Park and Fulwell train station, as well as being in the catchment area for oustanding local schools.
The home has been in the family for the last 60 years and has been kept immaculately.
Please call Dexters to arrange a viewing.
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