Fancy a trip back to the 1960s? This three-bedroom detached house in Kinoulton, Nottinghamshire is ready and waiting for you.
In fact, it looks like it has been waiting for you for 50 years. Built in 1962, it has maintained original features and its original exterior, although once you get inside, you’ll see the ’60s fittings rubbing shoulders with some modern-day home comforts. Best of both worlds, if you like.
Part of that authenticity is perhaps down to the original owners (and designers) living in the house since day one, so you have them to thank for that distinctive staircase, the mini bar and the cast iron pink bath. But you can balance that with an extended modern kitchen area, which looks to be a recent addition.
As for the space within, you get an entrance hall, which leads to an open plan reception area, complete with picture windows, Douglas Pine block flooring, chimney piece with solid fuel fire cradle and that feature staircase to the first floor. Also on the ground floor is the dining room with ‘original fitted mini bar’ and that modern kitchen, along with a utility room.
Head upstairs and you’ll find the first bedroom with original fitted wardrobes and cupboards, plus access to the balcony, a second bedroom with fitted units, a third bedroom and a bathroom with original pink suite.
Outside, there are front and rear gardens mainly laid to lawn, a driveway leading to the two garages and a rear patio area with purpose built garden shelter.
If you want to live here, it’s available for £850pcm.