An interesting new arrival on the UK market is this 1970s Orchard House modernist property in Winchester, Hampshire.
An individual architect design from the 1970s, it has retained the overall shape and character of the original build, although some modernisation has taken place over the years. Nothing too radical though.
It’s also situated on ‘one of Winchester’s most prestigious locations’, with the added attraction of around half an acre of gardens around. You can view it all from the numerous picture windows within the property, which give the accommodation a ‘light and spacious’ feel.
Once inside, you’ll find a large 24ft. sitting room overlooking the gardens to the front. Double doors from there lead to a separate dual aspect dining room at the rear, with a spacious main entrance hallway, an additional third reception room, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, a downstairs cloakroom and a separate utility room (which provides courtesy access to the garage) making up the ground floor space.
On the first floor there are five double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities and a family bathroom. Outside the house is that half acre rear plot, along with a private driveway and the attached double garage.
The land and location no doubt pushes the price up – that price being £1,350,000.