Looking for a potential bargain? On the face of it, this 1960s three-bedroom modernist bungalow in Chester, Cheshire looks a winner.
It’s an auction property, so you’ll need the money to go. But you do have until the middle of February to find it and take a closer look at both house and area, although the latter is said to be ‘in one of the most desirable’ areas of the city.
Built in the mid-1960s, the agent says it is in need of full renovation. But the flat roof has been redone already, you’ll be pleased to know. The rest is down to you, but it does look pretty well maintained in the (few) shots showing on the site.
As for space, you get a ‘t-shaped’ entrance hall with double cloaks cupboard and airing cupboard and additional storage cupboard, along with sliding doors to the living room, which overlooks the rear courtyard. There’s also a fitted kitchen, three bedrooms (two with fitted wardrobes), a family bathroom and a ‘good-sized’ front garden outside, along with a single garage, an outside storage area and a flagged courtyard behind with lawned garden overlooking playing fields.
The guide price is £170,000 and the auction takes place on 14th February 2013.