It doesn’t look like it stands on the biggest plot, but this 1940s two-bedroom midcentury modern property in Berkeley, California, USA has bags of character.
In fact, it doesn’t look like the biggest house either, covering 1,052 sq. ft. in total (on a plot down as 5,985 sq. ft.). But we like what we see in this 1946 build.
Of course, things have changed since 1946, when this house was built for an (unnamed) architect and his family. In fact, it underwent an update back in 1998 and judging by the photos, things have been maintained very well since.
We love the wall of glass, the wood panelling in the living room and the generally clean finish of this place. It’s one of those house you can imagine just walking into with a minimum of possessions and making your own.
If or when you do get in, you’ll find two bedrooms and a bathroom, a galley-style kitchen and an open living room, as well as ‘bonus room’ below, which sounds rather intriguing.
$635,000 is the price, which works out at around £380,900.