A house with presence both inside and out, this 1960s midcentury modern property in Alexandria, Virginia, USA has also changed very little in the intervening years.
It dates back to 1968 and was an award-winning property back in the day, specifically picking up the Honor Award from the Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Today the house is up for sale, offering space, style and a foot back into the 1960s (if you like that kind of thing).
As we said, it also has a real presence, with the outside foreign up plenty of brick and glass and an interior with more of the same, throwing in some angular ceilings, wood panelling and some high ceilings. The reception room s in particular are very dramatic.
Yes, some areas need an update or two or simply freshening up, but there is nothing wrong with the architecture on offer here.
Space is another selling point too. Outside you get a massive six acres of space, all (judging by the photos) very well maintained.
Inside you get plenty too. The ground floor has a recreation room, utility, bedroom, bathroom and laundry area, while the upstairs offers up that wonderful main living room and feature fireplace, a home office with built-in furnishings, the kitchen three further bedrooms, two more bathrooms, a porch, foyer and access to the balcony areas.
If you want to live here, the asking price is $1,500,000, which works out at just over £1,000,000.
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