To be honest, it was a bit touch and go whether we featured this one, purely because the inside of this 1960s three-bedroom house in Winchelsea, East Sussex remains mostly hidden.
But what we can see, we’re intrigued by. The agent says it was built around the mid to late 1960s and has been in the same ownership for the past 37 years. Maintenance has been undertaken over the years, but it is now ‘in need of renovation and modernisation’.
That’s what got our interest. The one image we can see of the inside shows that wonderful staircase, along with some exposed brick inside. Coupled with the quirky, almost midcentury exterior, we think this is worth checking out if you are in the area. It looks to have potential.
As for space, a ground floor inner hallways leads to a dual-aspect bedroom, a further bedroom, a bathroom and a boiler room, with a single garage also built into the property. There is planning permission to convert the garage to a room, should you need more space. The first floor features a dual-aspect open plan living/dining room with double doors out onto the front balcony, which has views to the nearby countryside. There’s also a kitchen, cloakroom and a bedroom with en-suite. There is also a second floor, with what’s described as an ‘attic dressing room’.
Outside, the front the property is a gravel drive/turning area, where there is parking for several cars. Lawn and several mature trees make up the garden.
If that interests you, the price is £595,000.