We don’t know anything about this place, with both the listing and images of this 1960s midcentury-style single-storey property in Westcott, Surrey lacking the depth we would hope for. But they show enough to have us interested.
It is described simply as a ‘spacious four bedroom detached family home’, which in essence is what it is. It is also located in a ‘commanding position’ up a country lane, just off the village centre and in around 0.65 acres of land.
The agent mentions that it is an architect-designed property and the images do hint at some interesting features. The angled / sloping wood panel ceilings are an obvious standout feature, the kitchen is very much ‘of an era’ and the windows are large, providing plenty of light for those open spaces.
There’s around 2227 sq. ft. of inside space, which is currently laid out as an entrance hall, sitting room, family room, dining room and that distinctive fitted kitchen with door onto the garden. Elesewhere, you’ll find a large master bedroom, which in turn leads to a further room which could be used as a dressing room and en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The land where it sits was once part of a nearby country house and is currently laid out as landscaped gardens – a mix of lawn and established flowers and trees. To the front of the property there is parking for several vehicles, which in turn leads to a garage and a car port, along with garden stores. You’ll also find a ‘large stone folly’, which currently provides a storage area.
£775,000 is the asking price.