I suspect, once upon a time, this was just your average ’60s build bungalow, offering plenty of space, but not a lot of character. But after a makeover, the White Cottage four-bedroom bungalow in Warningcamp, near Arundel, West Sussex is something of a midcentury-inspired gem.
The agent describes it as a ‘contemporary refurbishment’ in a sought-after location and with views across the local countryside and beyond. There’s also some rather stylish open plan living too and what looks like a high quality of finish, shown off well with some rather stylish midcentury furnishings.
Being a bungalow, everything is on the single level. Enter the house and you’ll find the main dual-aspect living area with sliding doors opening onto the raised terrace and rear garden. There’s also an open-plan kitchen, fitted with modern high gloss units, a double oven and cooker. There is also a raised built in banquette and dining table.
To the left is a large double bedroom with its own en-suite shower room, along with a master bedroom with French windows opening onto the rear garden, plus a further en-suite bathroom. You’ll also find a further two bedrooms, a family bathroom which is fitted with a sink, bath and WC. A utility cupboard for the washer, dryer and storage finishes off the internal accommodation.
At the front of the property is a gravelled parking area and carport, along with a ‘boot room’, while the rear offers up the gardens, mostly laid to lawn and with great views.
If you fancy it, the agent has it up for £585,000.