An interesting property, although you get the feeling that this 1960s architect-designed Kintail Lodge house in Westhampnett, Chichester, West Sussex isn’t shown off as well as it might.
We don’t know which architect worked on this place, but it is an individual build using a split-level design and set in considerable grounds. In fact, you get around 2.5 acres of land with this place, which goes some way in accounting for the higher-than-expected asking price.
It’s been extended by the owners, but the extra space looks to be in keeping with the original design and does offer a lot of accommodation, as well as a quirky, midcentury-style look. Shame the decor and finsihes are a little ‘random’.
Currently, the house is laid out with a ‘well proportioned’ upper level sitting room with feature fireplace and coal effect stove, a separate dining room, a bright study/garden room, conservatory and an open plan kitchen/breakfast room leading to a vaulted utility room. It also has three bedrooms, an en-suite shower room to the principal bedroom, family bathroom and a separate cloakroom.
That’s on top of all those grounds, not to mention a garage nestling underneath. Fancy it? Sadly it doesn’t come cheap, with an asking price of £845,000.
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