Not the most architecturally interesting property we have featured, but interesting enough and this 1960s four-bedroom property in Neston, the Wirral, Merseyside should be a fairly straightforward project too.
The house has moved on little since its was constructed ‘to an individual contemporary design’ back in the early 1960s. That means work is needed, but character and fittings are intact. It should ‘scrub up well’ as a ’60s family home with a but more about it than your average detached at this price.
The current layout is a ground floor with porch to interior door, leading to a reception hall with cloaks cupboard, a lounge with double glazed corner windows, a dining room, a kitchen with original units and a pantry with side window and ‘milk delivery system’, along with a storage cupboard and large boiler room.
On the first floor, a landing leads to four bedrooms, along with a bathroom and separate WC. Outside space includes a garage with sliding timber door and side personal doors, along with gardens around the corner plot.
If you fancy taking it on, offers of around £199,950.
Thanks to Karen for the tip off!