It has undergone a couple of extensions, but this 1970s four-bedroom modernist property in Lincoln, Lincolnshire is still an interesting design.
The original build dates from 1977, but extensions to the property have been added in 1987 and 2008. That’s likely to have taken something away from the original design, but it obviously adds considerably more space to this single-storey design.
Saying that, the large windows, exposed brick walls and wood-clad ceilings are still intact, which maintains the ‘period’ feel of the place. Perhaps the interior looks a little dated, but as ever, that’s just decor.
To the front of the property, there is ample parking with two driveways and a double garage with electric door. Go inside and you’ll find an entrance hall, shower room, office with bedroom above, open plan sitting room/dining room, a re-fitted kitchen and utility, master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room, two further double bedrooms and a main bathroom.
There are also ‘attractive gardens’ and views of the cathedral, which might be a selling point for some. £575,000 us the asking price.
Thanks to Matt Somerville for the spot!