A property that defines an era – this 1960s-designed five-bedroomed West Beach property in Torquay, Devon.
Although to be honest, it straddles a couple of eras, hovering around the late 1960s and early ’70s in both construction and interior. Either way, it’s a period piece, very distinctive in look and very likely individually designed – although the agent is giving nothing away on that front.
Anyway, behind that staple of the ’70s, the pampas grass, is a house inspired by modernism and to be honest, looking quite stern. However, it is a house that offers plenty of space and as we hinted at above, plenty of original period style.
According to the agent, West Beach sits at the head of a quiet residential cul-de-sac in ‘well established’ gardens, with views of the wooded hillsides of Ilsham Valley, along with Meadfoot Beach.
The accommodation is arranged on two floors, with an open plan living area incorporating the hall, sitting room and dining room, along with a kitchen, five bedrooms (bedroom five currently used as a sitting/TV room) and three bathrooms. As well as those gardens, the outside space also includes a heated pool and a large garage.
More images on the site, with a price of £595,000 being sought.
Find out more at the Rightmove website
Big thanks to Matt Somerville for flagging this one up!