Huge thanks to Patrick Cichy for pointing us in the direction of this 1960s modernist property in Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. He has viewed it and describes it as ‘amazing’.
Unfortunately I’m not sure the images on the site do it justice. But they do at least give you a flavour of a property that looks pretty much unchanged since the 1960s. Those images of the living room (with stunning vaulted ceiling) and kitchen tell you that.
According to the agent, the property sits in around 1.35 acres of land and has a good amount of space indoors too, originally designed as a family home upstairs, with a ‘granny flat’ on the ground floor with a separate entrance.
That space equates to a ground floor with an open-plan living room / dining area, kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom. Upstairs you’ll find another open-plan living room / dining area with picture windows to the front and side, French doors to the garden plus open fire. Also present is a kitchen / utility room, study, four bedrooms with integrated storage, shower room and bathroom.
Outside, as we mentioned, is plenty of land, with a a large garage also built into the main house.
One to view we suspect and quickly too as it is already under offer (but not off the market). Offers over £275,000 if you fancy it.