It doesn’t really have ‘kerb appeal’, but this 1960s modernist property in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland does have a pretty untouched interior.
In fact, the outside is quite austere and in a way I can understand the agent pointing to this as a potential redevelopment, especially with the amount of land that comes with it. But let’s not write it off too soon.
The interior of this place has see little change since it was built and as such, is perfect for anyone keen on that particular period.
Love the wood panelling, the exposed brick and what looks like an original kitchen. Lots of space too, especially in the reception area.
Of course, it does need some work bringing back up to speed for the modern era, but there is so much potential here and a good amount of rooms too.
On that front, you get four double bedrooms, three ‘public’ rooms, a breakfasting kitchen, the study, a utility/workshop, a bathroom plus cloak room and shower room.
Externally there are those spacious gardens to the front and rear with large areas of lawn as well as mature trees, shrubs and flowering plants. The rear garden also has a large paved patio area, while the house also has a double garage and a long drive.
If you see potential, this place is up for offers over £595,000.
Images and details courtesy of Lindsays. For more details and to make an offer, please visit the website.