Not sure the images show it off to its best (in either detail or quality sadly), but this 1960s Arthur Quarmby-designed modernist property in Almondbury, near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire is still an interesting prospect for various reasons.
First up, because of the architect, most famous for his own Underhill earth house in Holme and secondly, because this house, built in 1967, is up for sale for the very first time. As you might expect, it means this bold design is packed with original features, some in need of an upgrade, others (like the mezzanine level over the main living area and the picture windows overlooking local woodland) likely to be key selling points.
It’s a sizeable place too, with accommodation laid out over two floors. On the ground floor you’ll find a reception and dining hall with open tread stairs give access to the mezzanine above, along with sliding glazed doors to the sitting room with large windows and plenty of natural light. Also on this floor is a breakfast / morning room or fourth bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, separate WC and side entrance vestibule.
On the lower level is a landing area with ‘underdeveloped area’ just off, a larger master bedroom with fitted units, a further double bedroom and a single bedroom. Outside space is described as ‘an extensive garden plot with lengthy driveway to the front’, along with a detached double garage with light and power, a patio sun terrace plus local woods beyond that.
Fancy it? £335,000 is the price.
Thanks to Susan Robinson for the tip off!