This is an interesting one. More interesting because we know next to nothing about this 1960s three-bedroom modernist property in Beadnell, Northumberland.
In fact, we are even guessing the era, which might even be the earlier part of the 1970s. But it’s certainly that era. In some ways, the house looks quite traditional, not least with the wooden cladding to one exterior of the house and the pitched roof on one side (which is actually extra living space).
But the majority is single-level, heavily-glazed, open-plan living space. In addition, you get the beams, the wood floors and the exposed stone and brick. It was obviously quite a bold design once – and could be again.
A decent amount of space to play with too, including an entrance porch, living room, separate dining area, a fitted kitchen with breakfasting area, a sun room, three bedrooms (one with en-suite) and family bathroom. There’s also that first floor room, which could be converted to an additional bedroom.
Outside are gardens to the front, side and rear, a pond. a shared driveway, a workshop and a historic sheep fold, which could be converted to something more useful.
All of that with a guide price of £180,000.