The outside might not instantly jump out at you, but check out the interior of this four-bedroomed house in Stranraer, Scotland. It was built in 1958 for the use of the architect and it’s being sold for the very first time – complete with all those lovely 1950s period features.
Sat in around 0.36 acres of land, the house is the house was certainly modern at the time and still looks contemporary now, but the interior has started to show its age. Not that we’re complaining, it’s a great record of mid-20th century design – right down to the Tretchikoff painting on the bedroom wall.
Of particular note is the doorway, the staircase, the shelving (Ladderax), the light fittings, the sofa and armchairs and the kitchen, all of which are likely to be ripped out by the new owner sadly. Here’s hoping someone who appreciates it discovers it and saves much of the heritage.
If you have your eye on it, you’ll want to know that it has a large sitting room, a hall / dining room, dining kitchen, sun porch, four bedrooms, a boxroom / study, a garage and that large garden.
If you fancy it, £235,000 is the asking price.