The agent tells us it was ‘individual architect designed’ and from the images, I think it’s safe to say that this four-bedroomed architect-designed house in Tarleton, near Preston, Lancashire was first constructed in the 1960s.
Just look at those images, it’s hardly changed it 40+ years, so if you love the era, this place is certainly for you. On a more practical note, the house is apparently on a ‘much sought after private road’ and in quite a pleasant area, not too far from both Preston and Southport.
The accommodation on offer is accessed via a sweeping driveway and once through the entrance vestibule, you’ll find an entrance hall with stairway and cupboards, along with a lounge with exposed brick walls and an open-plan dining room leading to a breakfast kitchen, the latter with some amazing period units, not to mention more of that exposed brick. There’s also a utility room on that ground floor.
The rest of the house includes a bathroom, four bedrooms, an open galleried landing and a wash room, along with an integral garage with connection to the utility room, an outhouse/store and a mature plot with gardens front, side and rear, along with a paved patio area.
Want it? £399,950 is the asking price.