Anyone for some Scandinavian modernism? You need the Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen-designed Pavilion House in Southwold, Suffolk.
Thanks to Rob on Twitter for tipping us off about this special home, the work of Danish architect Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norn Architects just three years ago.
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and bordering farmland, the house is based around a rectangular steel frame with vertical Siberian Larch cladding and of course, walls of glass to take in those wonderful surroundings.
Once inside, it’s very much the modernist dream, with clean white finishes and a good flow of living space over that single floor. The accommodation extends to just over 2,500 sq. ft. with all rooms enjoying plenty of natural light. You can also see to the far end of each wing of the house from the door.
As for that living space, the reception hall runs full depth, front to back, with full-height glass panels and incorporating a study area or snug around the woodburning stove.
One side of the hallway leads north and opens up to a kitchen/breakfast room with full-height glazing plus doors to front and back gardens. The sitting room is heavily glazed for more garden views and has a recessed open fire with floating hearth.
The bedroom wing is made up of a double-aspect master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room, with glazed doors to both front and back. Two further bedrooms offering more garden views and share a shower room. If you need more space, there is a self-contained annexe, which could be ideal for home working or guests.
Outside is the previously mentioned gardens, which cover about an acre and are mainly laid to lawn.
A very stylish property and on the market with a guide price of £1,500,000.
Images and details courtesy of Bedfords. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.