Interesting house just on the market, although this 1970s modernist property in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire doesn’t come cheap.
That’s no doubt due to the area and the local market, but the architecture itself and its size play a part in that too.
According to the agent, this is an individually designed property dating back to 1971 and one with a Scandinavian influence. Things have changed over the decades, but not hugely.
The overall feel is still very much of a past era, from the front door through to the open spaces, wood panelling and vaulted ceilings. But this is far from a time capsule.
Continue your journey through and you will notice that the windows look updated, the kitchen pretty modern and a number of the fixtures and fittings (with the exception of the internal doors) also have a contemporary feel. As you would expect really.
But this is still a lovely house, one that could perhaps take a little more ‘design’ too, with the current finish fairly neutral. That would definitely lift it.
As for space, enter through the period front door and you’ll find a ’spacious’ entrance hall with large cloakroom / WC. Leading on front there is a ‘particularly spacious’ living room with dual aspect and vaulted ceiling, which also connects to a snug with feature gas fire.
There is a dining room too, with sliding patio doors to, a private courtyard garden, along with a study, which could double as an extra bedroom if you need it. As we mentioned earlier, a kitchen / breakfast room too, which has access to the double garage with power.
Four bedrooms in total, all with a built-in wardrobes, while the master bedroom is dual aspect and with an en-suite shower room and a patio door opening onto the second courtyard. A family bathroom finishes the layout.
Outside space too in the form a a garden and driveway, as you can see from the photos.
Fancy it? This place is on the market for £1,250,000.
Images and details courtesy of John D Wood. For more details and to make am enquiry please visit the website.