Really don’t know great deal about this one. So we’ll just go for a 1960s modernist property in Romiley, near Stockport, Cheshire.
I suspect there is a ‘name’ architect attached to this one and obviously in this area thoughts drift to Frazer Crane. But that’s really just speculation. There’s no evidence to point to him being the man behind it.
What we do have is a set of images from the agent that show a house, by and large, unchanged from its original construction. Yes, there is some updates to the decor here and there, a recent kitchen and an updated bathroom. But you would expect that.
What you might not expect in 2018 is architecture like this still in place complete with exposed brick walls, wood panel ceilings, a spiral staircase, original internal doors and feature windows. Yes, you might want to put your own spin on the finish, but this is a wonderful opportunity for someone looking for a 1960s-style property in Cheshire.
You will find the ‘extremely spacious’ house close to Romiley village its and golf course, which sounds like a pretty decent location to me. It is also in a ‘generous sized plot’ with gardens to all sides.
Space includes an entrance porch, reception hall with spiral staircase to the first floor, ground floor WC, a large ‘through lounge’ with picture window and door to a concealed garden area, the fitted dining kitchen, an outer hallway / sun lounge, utility room and sitting room.
Up the stairs is the landing area, four double bedrooms (the main one with a study / dressing room), a shower room and a family bathroom.
As we said, plenty of space outside, which includes a ‘generous sized’ lawn in the heart garden and plenty of off-road parking.
£525,000 is the asking price of this one.
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