It needs work, but this 1960s four-bedroom property in Winterbourne Dauntsey, near Salisbury, Wiltshire looks an interesting prospect.
The worry here is the plot. it is talked up by the agent (quite rightly) and covers around 2.25 acres. It might be all too easy for someone to come along and knock this down. But before anyone does, let’s have a look at it.
Dating from the 1960s, this place has a midcentury vibe about it, with plenty of glazing and balcony space as the key selling features. Inside? Well, it’s not a pretty picture.
The glazing is still a selling point, as are the parquet floors, but the house definitely needs some modernisation.
But just think about the possibilities here. If someone came in and gave it a makeover in a midcentury style, this one could really could be transformed. From what we can see, it looks like something of a black canvas and once stripped back, especially with the large rooms, could be a wonderful living space.
In addition to the house, you will also get the land and gardens, complete with workshop and garage / barn, streams, bridge and rare specimen trees.
As for the house layout right now, you have a ground floor with entrance hall and cloakroom, reception hall, living room, dining room, study / playroom, kitchen / breakfast room and freezer room (potential utility).
To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and three with doors leading onto the balcony. There is also a family shower room and former WC here too.
More details on both the garden and all of those rooms on the listing. Offers in the region of £850,000 if this appeals.
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