It has something of a midcentury / Scandinavian look about the exterior, but as you can perhaps tell from the finishes (and the interior), this is a four-bedroom contemporary modernist property in Prestwich, Manchester.
The house is known as Timber and was individually architect designed in 2012 (although we don’t have the name sadly). You’ll find it in a ‘quiet location’ on the edge of Prestwich conservation area. Just a tram ride to Manchester centre too.
Head through the electrically operated gates and up the block paved drive and you’ll see the angular property with glass, stone and oak a key part of the ‘look’. Head inside and it’s all very ‘show home’ and state of the art. Enter and you’ll find the entrance hall with steel and oak staircase plus cloakroom, leading to the L-shaped open plan kitchen and family room with floor to ceiling windows and a kitchen that’s everything you would expect from a cutting edge property. The living area also has two large sets of tri-folding doors accessing the rear garden. Also on this floor is a dining area and a dual-aspect lounge.
The house also has a master bedroom with balcony to the front of the house and en-suite, thee more bedrooms (one with en-suite and one with balcony) and a laundry room. Outside space includes a garage, garden store room. lawns and gardens.
The listing has much more detail on the fixtures and fittings, with more images also on that estate agent listing. £865,000 is the asking price.