Not the most exciting house we have featured, but this 1960s three-bedroom property in Great Broughton, Chester, Cheshire has real potential if you look past the bland decor.
For bland, also read plain, which means with your own furnishings and finishes, this architect-designed detached property could be quite a cool place to live. It’s also in an ‘extremely sought after residential location’, which can’t hurt either.
The house itself is an interesting, angular design, very much of its era. It doesn’t look to have changed much over 40-50 years, but it has been maintained to a good standard on the face of it. If you are on the hunt for something just a little different in Cheshire, it might well suit. If you are interested, you’ll want to know about the layout.
That’s down as three storeys, kicking off with a lower ground floor hall and cloakroom/utility room, a ground with floor re-fitted kitchen, sitting room and dining room, a lower first floor with sitting room/study and an upper first floor with the main bedroom and bathroom. Head to the second floor second floor, and you’ll find the second and third bedrooms.
Outside is a driveway, a ‘larger than average’ garage and landscaped gardens to the side with a landscaped patio garden to the rear. The listing has much more detail on all of that. In fact, it has an incredibly detailed breakdown of each and every room.
If that description sells the house to you, the asking price is £365,000.