The build is fairly old, but the finish is very much a contemporary one in this 1970s three-bedroom property in Woodham, Addlestone, Surrey.
We’re genuinely intrigued to know what this place looked like back in the ’70s, as there’s a distinct modernist look to the overall build, which is likely to be (by and large) original.
But this single storey home isn’t a period piece anymore. It has been ‘completely rebuilt and remodelled’ by the current owner. Indeed, it was featured in ‘Self Build & Design’ magazine in 2009, such was the radical reshaping.
The new house is said to be ‘both light and free flowing’ and surrounded by ‘themed landscaped gardens and entertaining areas’, with much of the accommodation overlooking those gardens.
Finishes are certainly of a high quality, with the likes of a designer Italian kitchen, luxurious bathrooms, walnut flooring, walnut doors, chrome door furniture, a Scandinavian wood burning stove and underfloor heating mentioned. No expense spared, with the sound of it.
As for the accommodation, that includes a ‘sumptuous’ master bedroom suite with bespoke built-in wardrobes, dressing room and luxurious en-suite bathroom, two further bedroom suites with an inter-connecting bathroom, a living room with folding doors to the garden, a separate dining room that’s open plan with the previously-mentioned kitchen, along with a utility and cloakroom. There’s also planning permission to extend further, if you need more space.
All of that entertaining area is outside, along with off road parking and a double width garage. If all of that appeals, you can put in a bid of around £850,000. More images at the agent’s site.