It needs some work, but this 1970s Longmeadow three-bedroom single-storey house in Kings Lynn, Norfolk is worth a look if you happen to be house hunting in this area.
The house dates to 1972 and was individually architect designed when it was constructed over four decades ago. It also stands on large secluded grounds, extending to around two acres. That’s a lot of space to play with. That plot was apparently originally acquired from the Sandringham Estate.
As for the house, that’s fairly spacious too and certainly very original – one look at the angular roof, floor to ceiling windows and wood-clad ceilings should tell you that. On the downside, the design is looking a little tired inside and perhaps needs some work to bring it back to its best.
But there looks to be plenty of internal space to play with. That includes an entrance porch leading to a reception hall with wood panel ceiling and exposed brick wall, leading to an inner hall that takes you to two bedrooms, then onto the bathroom, a sitting/dining room with feature centre fireplace, the kitchen and boiler cupboard. A rear hall with walk-in store and cloaks cupboard takes you to a further bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
Outside, you get those two acres of gardens, two outside brick stores and an attached brick double garage, plus a further storage area.
If you want this place, the asking price is £495,000.