Not only is it a good looking place, this Donal Hutchinson-designed contemporary modernist property in Hove, East Sussex might save you some money on your energy bills too.
This is a five-bedroom detached house, situated opposite Hove Park and dating back to 2008, although it has recently ‘undergone a full recent refurbishment’.
The design looks to make good use of the space on offer, with an open plan kitchen / living / dining room on the first floor, which has bi-fold doors onto a terrace, with views over Hove Park. Along with that, the ground floor has a master bedroom suite with a bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, two further bedrooms and a shower room. The lower ground floor features another two bedrooms, a family bathroom, a utility room and a second reception room (currently used as a games room). Outside space includes a terrace on the first floor and a courtyard on the ground floor.
So how does it save you money? Well, the architect used Canadian Nudura, a construction method that is said to offer ‘very high levels’ of insulation. In conjunction with solar panels and a heat-exchange airflow system, it’s certainly an energy-efficient build.
New on the market, it’s up for £895,000.