If you want an original 1960s look to your next home, then The Croft 1960s four-bedroom house in Foston, Derbyshire shield be on your viewing list. If you want to move to Derbyshire, obviously.
Dating back to 1967, it was an individual architect designed, which was constructed in 1967 for the current vendor. Yes, once again, the original owner has looked after and maintained the place, preserving all the charm of the era.
We love the staircase, the wood panelling on the ceiling, the windows and exposed brick walls. It’s an interesting design too, doing enough to stand out from the crowd, but still working as a family home. Decent sized plot too, covering 0.4 acres, with well-maintained gardens and views over open countryside.
The property is accessed via a driveway with off road parking, accessing a detached double garage and adjacent carport. Internally, you are looking at an entrance hall with staircase to first floor, large living room with feature high ceiling and windows to three elevations, separate dining room, garden room, breakfast kitchen with utility room of and ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room. To the first floor the semi galleried landing leads to three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
If all of that appeals, the price is £425,000.