Thanks to Mags L Halliday for flagging up this 1960s three-bedroom modernist property in Totnes, Devon, which is in need of some modernising, but still has much to offer in its present state.
Sat high above Stoke Gabriel and with views over that village and beyond, this is a house built around the location, with an inverted peaked roof to maximise the southerly views and light. It was also quite cutting edge back in the day too, with exposed stone and block walls, rectangular windows and a forced air heating system.
It is perhaps less cutting edge today, but still distinctive. The bathroom and kitchen will certainly need work and some of the exposed stone is perhaps down to personal taste. But the open living spaces still work – and those views never date.
According to the agent, the house offers a master suite with balcony, two further double bedrooms, a large kitchen with breakfast room, an open sitting and dining room, several elevated balconies and sitting areas on the first floor and access to a ground floor hallway and studio/office room below.
You also get formal and vegetable gardens outside, along with tarmacadam parking for several cars. All of that is priced at £595,000. More images in the gallery below.