So much style and originality about this 1960s Peter & Beryl Harrison-designed midcentury property on Maresfield, East Sussex.
Not that it is untouched. There has been a sympathetic renovation of this 1964 build, which site in around 0.41 acres of land and on a private road in the village.
But there is originality, not least with the timbered ceilings, exposed brickwork, full-width glazing and of course, the gull wing design. While preserving that, the original owners have updated electrics, added insulation, replaced some of the windows, replaced the roof (while maintaining the ‘look’) and installed a new heating system. All of which should be good news to a prospective buyer.
The house is accessed via a covered walkway (which runs alongside the carport), leading to an entrance hall and then into a recently updated kitchen / dining room.
From there you access the 44ft. reception room, which is divided into two distinct areas, with views across the garden via the large windows. At the other side of kitchen space is a bedroom, with en-suite shower room, another bedroom (which is a study right now) and a utility room.
There is a further wing of the house, where you will find four more bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite bathroom and a family bathroom.
Outside, you get all that space, with gardens front and back, a summerhouse and a drive for parking several cars.
£795,000 is the asking price of this one.
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