An award-winning Deptford gem: 17th-century house in south-east London for sale for £1.295 million

The Grade II-listed house in south-east London scooped a prestigious architecture award in 2013 and is on the market for £1,295,000.

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A timber-framed home in south-east London that scooped the prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects London Regional Award in 2013 is for sale.

The Grade II-listed late 17th-century house in Deptford was renovated by Dow Jones Architects, whose other projects include the V&A British Design Galleries and a new study for author and historian Tom Holland.

The Deptford project, named Tanners Hill, was for an art collector who wanted to turn the former bicycle shop into a live/work space. He currently uses part of the ground floor as a gallery.

The property was built using timbers from ship construction at the historic Deptford docks.

Now polished concrete floors, exposed lime plaster walls and glazed ceilings with sky views contribute to a special environment.

The three-bedroom home is listed with agents The Modern House for £1,295,000.

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