I wish we could see more of this 1960s modernist property in Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
Sadly we can’t. The only thing we have to go on is the agent’s description of this being an ‘architect designed residence’, which we are presuming to be from the 1960s.
What we can see is that the house is vacant possession and because of that, we can see that the property is in what looks to be original condition. Of course, the limited number of internal shots means we can’t be sure. But that is the impression we get. Love the roof, the large windows and the flooring. But beyond that, we are at the mercy of the agent and its description.
That points to a timber entrance door leading to the reception hallway, which has access to a cloakroom, former dark room (now a storage room) and the living room with fitted storage and shelving, which, via twin doors, leads to the kitchen and dining room. There is also access to the garage with power and storage. Head up the staircase and you will find three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Another key selling point is the plot, which is around 0.23 acres, mainly laid out to lawn. That’s obviously something that will have an impact on the price.
That price is £825,000. Definitely one to view if you love the style and looking in the area.
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