We have featured the architect on a few occasions, but this 1970s Frazer Crane-designed modernist property in Altrincham, Cheshire was spotted by Gareth Wyn Davies.
Annoyingly, we managed to lose track on it in the inbox and right now it is under offer. But the sale isn’t yet final, so with that in mind, we are still going to flag up a house by the same architect responsible for George Best’s iconic Cheshire home from the same period.
This one looks fairly contemporary, helped along by some updating over the decades no doubt. But at the same time, it still has one foot in the 1970s, both with its eye-catching raised exterior and inside too, with the staircase, the bar area, the full length windows, exposed brick and possibly that fireplace too. A modern home with a certain uniqueness too.
As for space, you’ll find the house offers an open plan lounge and dining area with bar and downstairs WC, along with a fitted kitchen and separate utility room on ground.
Head to the first floor first floor are you’ll find four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with a large dressing area and en-suite bathroom. There’s also a family bathroom and separate WC on this floor.
Outside space is described as secluded, with driveway parking and a cobbled courtyard to the rear.
£650,000 is the asking price, but as we said, this is under offer, so you might want to move fast if you have an interest.