Apparently built by a local businessman made good, Camelot is a 1960s modernist four-bedroom house in Birkdale, Southport, Merseyside. Not a bad place for golf lovers too.
Set in a sought-after residential location, Camelot is on the shoreside of Birkdale in Southport, as well as offering panoramic views over Royal Birkdale Championship Golf course and the North West coastline. So location is fine, but what about the house?
On the face of it, Camelot is an impressive affair, although the decor just might be a bit much. But remember, it is decoration – the structure of the house looks pretty faithful to the original 1960s design.
Head in via the entrance porch and you’ll find a reception with a hint of what’s to come – a hardwood floor, walnut panelled walls, timber slated stairs and a purpose-built brass sculpture. Check out the full description if you want the full detail on every room, it’s all very much of that ilk.
But to skim over the accommodation, you’ll find a downstairs cloakroom (with door to garage), a lounge with marble surround fireplace (and door to pool area), a sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, that previously-mentioned swimming pool, an air-conditioned gymnasium and utility room.
Beyond that impressive walnut-clad landing, you’ll find ma aster bedroom with en-suite and dressing room and three more bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms. Outside, you’ll find a gated carriage driveway, a double garage with an automatically operated up-and-over door, sizeable gardens and a path leading down the gardens to a summer house.
If you’ve done well for yourself, if could be yours. As long as you’ve banked £1,750,000. Many more images at the site.