A heavily modernised property, but there’s still enough about this 1960s architect-designed property in Bramhall, Cheshire to make it worth a mention.
We don’t know the architect, but the house is fairly typical of its era, with the heavily glazed side of the house with wood clad ceiling being the standout feature. Outside of that, the house looks to have been on the receiving end of a contemporary makeover, with open plan living space being the obvious result once inside the front door and the likes of hardwood double glazed windows, gas fired central heating and a wood burning stove.
The accommodation includes a hall, living room with the vaulted ceiling, a ‘living kitchen’ for dining, cooking and lounging, sitting room, study/office, utility room and downstairs WC on the lower floor.
Head upstairs and you’ll find the large master bedroom with en-suite and Juliette balcony overlooking the rear garden, a guest bedroom with en-suite, two further good sized bedrooms and a main bathroom. Outside there is a detached double garage (with power) to the rear, off road parking to the front and what’s described as a ‘large plot’ with well-maintained gardens.
If you fancy it, the price is £795,000.