Look beyond the furnishings and you’ll probably find that this 1960s two-bedroom modernist property in Petersfield, Hampshire is a rather well preserved property.
The annoying thing for us is the lack of good images of it. But we get one decent look at the exterior, which also shows is a hint of one of its key selling points – the butterfly roof. Perhaps the gardens are a little overgrown to get a clear shot, you’ll have to view to see some detail.
When you do view, go with an open mind, because we think this place might not be looking its best just now. The single-storey property has obviously accumulated a lot of furniture over the years and as such, it might not be clear what you have here.
But we are seeing open liven spaces, large windows, exposed brick walls…in short, we are seeing a lot of originality. That’s something we are seeing less and less of these days. Once the house is clear, this could be quite a blank canvas to work with.
Space-wise, you are looking at a master bedroom with en-suite, a second bedroom also with en-suite, a study (formerly the third bedroom), sitting room, dining room, kitchen, hall and carport.
But that’s only half the story, as the location is a key selling point too. it sits in 0.33 acres and in some lovely garden, overlooking nearby farmland. It seems isolated, even though other houses are nearby. Perhaps the best of both worlds. It’s also located in the heart of the South Downs National Park, which is even better.
£700,000 is the guide price for this.