Design by an architect for himself, this 1960s modernist property in Minster Lovell, near Witney, Oxfordshire is on the market for the first time.
Described as as ‘unique home in a beautiful location’, the house is said to have been quite a forward thinking proposition back in the 1960s, with an open layout and underfloor heating not exactly being the norm.
Time has been kind to it too. Ok, the fairly neutral finish throughout probably helps on that front, but this looks like a house well maintained over the years, but with little substantial change beyond that.
Yes, you might want to put in a new kitchen and maybe add some ‘wow’ factor to some of the spaces (which do look a little plain). But overall, you get the idea that this place just needs the right person to lift it a little and create something special.
If you do, you’ll have a great house with superb views thanks to its elevated position and a good amount of space too.
That includes an entrance hall, two cloakrooms, a lounge / dining room, a kitchen / breakfast room, utility, family room, a study, four bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and the family bathroom.
Note that the bedrooms and family bathroom are located on the ground floor below the entrance hall level, which maximises the views from the living room.
Outside is a pretty desirable space too. A double garage plus a separate single garage, as well as around an acre of rear garden with swimming pool, garden store and greenhouse. At the front a a gravel driveway and access via gates.
Much more detail on the listing, as well as more images, particularly of the outside of this house. If it appeals, £1,100,000 is the asking price.
Images and details courtesy of Martyn R Cox. For more details and to make an enquiry please visit the website.