This looks incredibly similar to a house we featured way back in 2011. In fact, we are pretty sure it’s the same place. Which means you have another opportunity to buy this wonderful 1960s modernist property in Bramcote, Nottinghamshire.
As we said back then, it looks like little has changed since the original build, with furnishings (many of which are sought after Merrow Associates pieces) and fittings looking every bit as old as the house itself.
Love that period staircase too, which take you to the heart of the property and its extensive reception space, which looks out over the quarter of an acre of land that comes with this place, as well as the Trent Valley in the distance.
The agent describes the layout as ‘unusual, yet versatile accommodation’ over the two floors, with the option to offer some independent living space on the ground floor, which has two bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom.
That open tread dogleg staircase takes you to the first floor, which is where you will find the large open plan living space with feature windows, an additional reception room (currently used as a study), a fully fitted kitchen and a separate utility. An inner hallway takes you to the two principal bedrooms, a full bathroom and a separate shower room.
Gardens on all sides outside, with space for several vehicles and an integral double garage which, could be converted to living space if you have the need and the necessary permissions.
Unlike many properties, this actually has a cheaper guide price than five years previous, with the house up at £585,000.
Images and details courtesy of Robert Ellis. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.