An incredibly distinctive build from the outside. Unfortunately, this 1970s four-bedroom property in Trimley St. Martin, near Felixstowe, Suffolk doesn’t really have an inside to match.
Decoration though, that’s all it is. Because the shell of this place is certainly distinctive, with that central ‘overhang’ dominating and no doubt offering plenty of natural light in too.
Absolutely no details are given about the era, the architect or its past, so we’ll just have to go with the images and text offered, the latter really only describing the current layout. As for the images, they show an interior in need of a bit of work and a decent-sized plot. One of the photos does show a new build very close though, so you might not have as much space as some of the shots indicate.
Inside though, space doesn’t seem to be a problem. Enter through the fully glazed front entrance door to the hallway, which leads to a shower room, an open-plan lounge and dining room (with stairway to the first floor), an open kitchen area and a playroom or study. There is also a utility room accessed separately.
The first floor has a galleried landing, along with a master bedroom with doors to the balcony (which has its own separate staircase), two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
In addition, an annexe includes its own lounge, a kitchen and a further bedroom. Outside, you’ll find gardens front and back, plus a double garage, two outside timber sheds and a greenhouse.
All of that for offers around the £375,000 mark.