It is called Beach house and when you look at the images of this four-bedroom modernist Huf Haus in Aldwich, near Bognor Regis, West Sussex, you’ll see why.
Look out past the landscaped gardens and you’ll see the sea. Yes, the beach really is that close to you. So when you get bored of the modernist architecture around you, there’s always the option of grabbing a deckchair and heading for the sand.
As for the house itself, that’s a typical Huf. Contemporary modernism design in Germany and built (by the Huf team) in the UK. The layout, in particular downstairs, is predominately open plan, with plenty of glass to bring the outside and the light in. When there’s a chill in the air, independently controlled underfloor heating should sort things out.
Layout-wise, we’re talking a ground floor with two principal reception areas, with the dining room partially vaulted and open to the kitchen. The sitting room has a double glazed sliding door leading out on to a covered terrace with steps leading to the gardens, with a study making up the room count on this floor.
Split level stairs take you to the vaulted first floor land and onto the master bedroom, which shares a balcony with the second bedroom. There are two further bedrooms with balconies, a family bathroom and two en-suite bathrooms. Outside the property are remote controlled sliding wooden gates, off-road parking, a detached garage with garden store, gardens front and back and access to that beach.
If you want it, the asking price is £1,500,000.