Remember two examples of these builds (here and here) being up for sale in the past. Indeed, we think this 1960s Peter Foggo and David Thomas-designed modernist property in Holyport, Berkshire could be one of them.
We aren’t sure because this is one of a group of three such designs that date back to the late 1960s, taking inspiration from the Californian Case Study houses of Richard Neutra, Charles Eames and Craig Ellwood.
Each of those houses has a steel frame, along with glass and wood construction, with this one recently refurbished (in a good way) and offering 3,000 sq. ft. of wonderfully bright living space over a single floor, thanks to all that floor to ceiling glazing.
The renovated space really does bring this place back to its best and is supplemented by a recently built garage and studio space, which certainly adds to the original house. Talking of the main house, it currently offers an entrance hall, with a bedroom wing to one side, containing four bedrooms, including a main bedroom looking out over the garden with floor to ceiling glazing. The other side of the property houses a large open plan space with modern kitchen, dining area, main living room, bathroom, shower room and a store room.
Outside you’ll find that newly built garage and studio with white rendered walls, a private drive and surrounding garden space.
It’s on the market for £1,295,000.