Interesting 20th century housing seems to be prevalent in France, especially houses that look like they have been hardly touched since being built. Houses like this 1960s Alain Chomel-designed modernist property in Bron, eastern France.
Not a lot looks to have changed since 1963 here. In fact, apart from the odd item here and there (like that piano), we would be wondering if anyone had spent any length of time here. The fittings and finishes are a dream for lovers of the period, including the external finish, the staircase, the wood ceilings, internal doors and more.
But it’s also a pretty sizeable and function house too, covering two levels on a 700 sq. metre plot. Three if you count the basement space. On the ground is the main open plan living space and kitchen and if you head up that period staircase, you’ll find five bedrooms and two bathrooms. Outside has plenty of garden (and room for a poll if you want one), along with a garage.
If that and the area appeals, you can secure this for €480,000, which is around £384,000.