Perhaps not the most instantly impressive house we’ve ever featured, but this 1970s architect-designed five bedroom house in Heswall, Wirral is certainly substantial, as well as being packed with plenty of original features.
The unnamed architect designed this place back in 1975, a spacious property and according to the agent, in a good spot too, with rear views to the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills, as well as a ‘highly regarded’ location within the town.
Bright and spacious rooms are plentiful, as are large double glazed picture windows and an abundance of built-in storage space. Some nice lighting too, should you love its original decade.
Once inside and through the double doors you’ll find a large central reception hall with cloakroom/WC, an 18ft square lounge with wide patio windows opening to a terrace, as well as a separate dining room and 17ft morning/family room connecting to the fitted kitchen and a separate utility room.
Head upstairs and a central landing leads to the master bedroom suite with large double bedroom, en-suite dressing room and bathroom opening to ‘a projecting balcony’ with views to the estuary. There’s also a second bedroom with deep projecting double glazed bay window and en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside is an enclosed car port and brick built double garage with storage above and an adjacent workshop. Plenty of gardens too.
More images on the site, £540,000 is the asking price.