We featured a similar property to this some time back, but thanks to Andrew Thomas for spotting another, this 1960s J Roy Parker-designed modernist property in Parkgate, Cheshire.
1965 was the year of construction, this being one of a small group of affordable modernist properties with an extensive use of glass, exposed brickwork and cedar wood cladding, with a copper clad roof also a feature.
It’s been done up a decent standard, although the finish is probably down to personal taste. Either way, it looks well maintained, which is the key thing here. A change of decor is the easy bit.
As for the layout, a covered porch with ‘feature’ front door leads to a reception hall with part tiled floor and built-in cupboard, leading to a
cloakroom With WC, a lounge with exposed beams to ceiling and original sliding doors that one to the dining room, also with exposed beams. You’ll also find a fitted kitchen on the ground floor.
A turned staircase takes you to the first floor and airing cupboard, which takes you onto the master bedroom with built-in storage, a rear and front bedroom, a fourth bedroom / study, a bathroom and separate WC.
Nip outside and you’ll see a garage with remote control door, light and power, a brick-built store, driveway, front garden and a larger rear garden.
It’s on the market for £325,000.