Welcome to the mystery house, Ok, not a complete mystery, it’s a 1970s architect-designed three-bedroom bungalow in Saltford, Bristol, Avon. But the images hint at something interesting without giving the full story.
Thanks to @stefiorazi for pointing it out. We’ve trawled the web for more shots, but without success. Sadly, we’re not local enough to get down there with a camera. But if you are, do let us know if the hints at a quirky period build are actually borne out in reality.
The architect simply describes this as ‘individual architect designed’, pointing out that it is indeed ‘interesting’ and dating from the 1970s. It’s offered chain free and viewing is ‘essential’ to appreciate what it here. We can see a hint of the shape, some exposed brick walls and wood ceilings, but we’re left wanting a bit more.
So let’s focus on what we do know, a house tucked away behind electric gates, in the heart of Saltford opening up via sliding patio doors into an entrance porch leading to a reception hall.
That in turn takes you to the dining room, which is open to the living room, itself opening onto a paved terrace overlooking the garden. That room also has a featured brick wall with gas fire and marble hearth. The kitchen looks to have been newly-refitted and also comes with a selection of modern fittings.
A rear lobby gives access outside and to the garage, with three bedrooms and a bathroom finishing off the inside space. Outside, there’s a long sweeping drive, a large integral garage with power, lawns, mature plants and a variety of trees plus a greenhouse and a workshop.
One to view if you like the area we suspect, offers over £350,000 if you want it.