It perhaps needs some of the original character putting back into it, but this Dornal 1960s three bedroom bungalow in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire, Scotland is a lovely midcentury build.
The house was individually designed for the current owner in the early ’60s, but has obviously changed a little as the years have passed. The addition of what seems to be a modern conservatory as well as an extension perhaps take away from the original design, but not too much. This is still flexible accommodation in a very nice location.
Talking of layout, the single-storey place offers a lounge, dining room, kitchen, a conservatory/breakfast room, a home office (could also be 4th bedroom), bathroom, WC, three bedrooms (one with an en-suite) and a sitting room. There is also a large full height floored loft, which can be accessed via a pull down ladder.
Go outside and you’ll find a garage, as well as extensive gardens and ‘Dipple Burn’, which runs through the garden groundsand has been made of feature of with small footbridges and planted up bankings.
More details and images on the agent’s site, with the house having fixed price of £255,000.
Also, big thanks to Craig for flagging this one up.