The old meets the new with this 1970s Beech Tree House in Burpham, near Arundel, West Sussex.
The house was originally designed and constructed back in 1971, but has since been the subject of considerable refurbishment by the interior designer Gail Race. So you get the old of the original structure, along with some period features, mixing it with cutting edge interior design.
The house is currently used as a four bedroom house, with those four bedrooms also joined an entrance hall, living room, study, family room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, WC and two en-suite bathrooms. There are also gardens surrounding the place for added privacy.
Some interesting design features too, including glass folding doors that open up an entire side of the kitchen / dining room to the garden, large glass windows in the living room that slide open to bring the outside in, a brand new, state of the art, kitchen and a rather cool, presumably original, staircase.
All of that obviously comes at a price, especially when you throw in a picturesque location that’s also within reasonably travelling distance from London. That asking price is £995,000.