Interesting one this, not least because this 1970s modernist property in Ludlow, Shropshire comes with an affordable price tag.
The house dates from the 1970s (according to the agent), but we don’t have an architect. But we do have the architect’s original design, with this place pretty much untouched over the decades.
That means the original expanse of glass is still here, as is the wood panelling and if you love your period fixtures, the original staircase (now with a stairlift it seems) and what looks like the original kitchen. It needs updating, that’s for sure, but there’s a nice authentic template to play with here.
As for layout, a porch leads into a central hall, from which you’ll find a family room with doors giving access to the garden. Along from that is a large bathroom, a ground floor bedroom, a small kitchen and WC.
Head up that distinctive staircase (and its views) and you’ll find the first floor sitting room with doors lead to a sun room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside space looks plentiful too, described as having a mature tree lined driveway, around 0.55 acres of land with lawns, trees and shrubs along with a separate summer house, various sheds, a store and a detached garage.
All of which is yours for around £299,950.