The agent doesn’t give us much background, so we’re presuming that this is a 1960s architect-designed four bedroom house in Bramcote, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. You can see why.
All we get off the agent is that the house is a ‘highly individual architect designed property’ and situated within a ‘mature plot’. They also point out that the property has been designed to take full advantage of far reaching views, with the main living accommodation arranged on the first floor and bedrooms to the ground floor.
So we’re left with the main details and the images. Thankfully, the images show a distinctive, period gem, hardly changed since the original build. I suspect the Merrow Associates tables and ‘interesting’ artwork appeared not long after the house was finished. The light fittings have certainly been around as long as the house.
For your money, you get four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open-plan living/dining area, a modern kitchen and a double garage with storage rooms. To be fair, some rooms look fairly recently modernised, but we’re glad others have been left. It adds to the character. Outside, there is a Japanese style landscaped garden area as well as large lawns and ample off road parking.
If you fancy it, offers of around £650,000 are invited.