After navigating the area with Street View (yes, our research really is that thorough), we now know this style of house isn’t unique. But this 1960s-designed four-bedroomed house in North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland is still a fascinating property.
It’s a bungalow, but not the kind of thing you might imagine if you hear that word. Plenty of space and irregular ceiling heights, along with floor-to-ceiling windows offering plenty of 60s-style cool, as well as a practical living space at an affordable price.
The house has been considerably restored, but in a good way – plain walls and playing to those original features. You can just move in. If you do, you’ll find a hall, an open-plan living room, kitchen and dining room, four double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a utility room.
Venture outside and you’ll discover what’s described as a ‘highly sought after area’, as well as landscaped gardens, good storage, a garage and additional off-road parking. It’s also commuter distance from Edinburgh.
Want it? Offers over £295,000 are requested, with an open day this Sunday, 13th November, if you are in the area.
Big thanks to @andytye on Twitter for sending this over.