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In need of renovation: 1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire

1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire
1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire

The agent’s write-up says: ‘This is a superb opportunity to create your very own contemporary Grand Designs home’. We think the opposite – this 1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire could be a seriously cool period pad.

1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire
1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire

But right now, it’s not great, we’ll be honest. Aside from the wood-clad exterior and the overall design, which is an amazing piece of quirky 1960s architecture – or at least, we presume it to be from that period. The agent doesn’t give anything away.

1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire
1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire

Not that we’re looking at what the agent has said. we’re just thinking about all that space in a sought-after area of the town, with access to the motorway network and a decent train line to Manchester.

1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire
1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire

Looking past that dated decor and clutter, there’s a lot of space too. From the ground floor, there’s an entrance conservatory, hallway, cloakroom, living room, feature dining room, utility/recycle room, kitchen, conservatory and garden room. The first floor has a master bedroom suite with dressing area and en-suite bathroom, four further bedrooms and main bathroom/WC. The property stands in a landscaped garden plot with panoramic views to the rear.

1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire
1960s architect-designed five-bedroomed house in Frodsham, Cheshire

All of that for £395,000. Plus of course, the money you’ll need to do the work.

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