Bargain alert – this Karibu 1960s-architect-designed property in Howmill, near Carlisle, Cumbria could be a cool midcentury-style place. That’s if you can carry out your daily business in the Cumbria area.
It’s a bungalow on a private road, with an attached annexe, located to the east of Carlisle in a rural setting and dating back to 1963. Images of the inside are thin on the ground, but judging by the one actually here and the fact that it needs ‘a large amount of upgrading’, we can assume this is very much in keeping with the property built all those years ago.
For your money, you get a large plot with two access points and a house that offers up an entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, kitchen, lounge and dining room, four bedrooms and a three piece bathroom. The annexe consists of a double bedroom and a shower room, while all the accommodation has double glazing and under floor heating.
Outside, you’ll finds ample on site parking, a car port and garage, along with extensive gardens surround the bungalow, including a lawned front garden with flower and shrub beds. To the rear of the bungalow there is a patio seating area with mature beds and trees.
That price? Offers around £175,000. That’s a bargain in our book.