Another vintage property on the right side of interesting, this 1970s modernist single-storey property in Nemphlar, South Lanarkshire, Scotland.
It is described by the agent as a ‘unique, architect-built detached bungalow’, which you’ll find in the ‘peaceful, rural area’ of Nemphlar, by Lanark. It was probably a cutting edge build at the time and one that has changed little over the years.
Saying that, it isn’t a house lost in time. Some of the rooms (the kitchen for example) are modern, but the main living space and overall look and feel are still of the original era.
Indeed, we love the interior of this place, with the large floor to ceiling windows, wood panelling and open spaces. Even more open when you wander out onto the balcony and take in the local views.
As for space, that’s done as including an entrance corridor, reception hallway with storage, a feature lounge with raised dining area, fitted breakfasting kitchen, three spacious double bedrooms and what’s described as a luxury, five-piece bathroom suite. That terrace area probably counts as living space too, while a full sized basement has yet to be developed. Gardens outside, plus a double integral car port.
More details on the listing, but if you fancy it, the price is offers around the £250,000 mark.