It’s an interesting build, although this 1960s architect-designed single-storey property in Alveston, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire perhaps needs a bit of work to bring it back to its best.
But on the plus side, there are some superb original features to be found here, which really will shine once some work has been carried out.
The house was built at an unspecified date in the 1960s, designed by an architect for an architect, with all the accommodation on a single floor and the house itself approached via a private driveway set behind the original park walls of a former build.
The house is very much of its era, which only adds to its appeal. That means large windows for more light and some great views, exposed brick walls and a flowing design over that single floor.
In terms of accommodation, you get an entrance hall with a stone tiled floor, a spacious drawing room with large windows overlooking the garden, a dining room also overlooking the garden and an ornamental pond, along with a master bedroom, a double bedroom, a family bathroom and two guest cloakrooms.
Outside along with the gardens (half an acre) and pond, you’ll find a single carport, extra parking and trees that guarantee your privacy. All of that in what’s described as ‘an attractive, sought after’ location. There’s also room to extend, should you have the desire and planning permission.
If that appeals, the agent is looking for offers over £500,000.