Nyhavn is centrally positioned within a unique row of architecturally designed mid-century modernist townhouses, situated within a few minutes walk of Runnymede & Ankerwycke National Trust, just 5 minutes from the River Thames in Surrey.
Runnymede Court is comprised of seven houses, which were designed by renowned architect Brian Meeking and built in 1961. Other projects by Brian Meeking include the design of the Greenwich Theatre, following purchase of the site by Greenwich Council in 1962.
The 3 bedroomed property with shower room and en-suite bathroom is set within a quiet residential cul-de-sac location, near the High Street with its shops, restaurants, cafes, Waitrose and mainline station (services to London Waterloo within 35 minutes). For international travellers and residents, London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 can be reached in under 10 minutes, by car via M25. The property is situated adjacent to excellent road links from Junction 13 on M25 to M4 London/Reading, M3 and M40, as well as the A30.
This wonderfully bright property retains its original 1960’s layout, set over 3 levels it has been beautifully reinvented, retaining much of its classic mid-century vibe. It has an extremely spacious, open plan feel with the interior having been personally designed to enhance the building, using neutral tones and natural light to advantage.
Unrefined elements such as wood, metal, glass and stone create a modern, conscious space, whilst paying homage to the original features of the property. The result is a minimalist, grounded and mindful home, which is a true expression of mid-century modernist design.
The property would let for £1900 PCM which offers a yield of 4.3%