An interesting period design, with this 1960s architect-designed three bedroom house in Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire also benefitting from some sympathetic updating too – although it looks like the original design might have been extended, judging by the images.
It’s a split level house, sat in a quarter of an acre of land and in a ‘quiet cul-de-sac’ that backs onto a nature reserve. Not a bad place to be. Plenty of space inside the house too, as well as some tasty features, like that cedar wood cladding and some period doors and light fittings.
Head into the entrance hall and you’ll find a full height window to the rear, a storage area and a door to the family room. Also here is a study (possibly an extra bedroom), a shower room, the master bedroom, two more bedrooms, a family bathroom, that family room, a living room with full-height windows, a conservatory, a kitchen/breakfast room and a utility room.
To the rear of the proper is an enclosed garden with private gated entrance to the Nature Reserve, a Limestone patio area with water feature, a wooden shed and a workshop.
Lots of pictures on the listing, with a price of £450,000.