Not the most architecturally significant property we have featured, but lovers of the era will definitely fall for this 1960s Robert Rummer-designed midcentury property in Portland, Oregon, USA.
The house dates from 1966 and at first glance, looks right out of the sales brochure. But first glances can be deceptive. This place has been renovated, but without impacting on the look and feel.
According to the agent, you now get a new ‘jazzy’ aggregate entry floor and heated concrete floors, as well as updated bathrooms and three new patios. Beyond that, we are still very much in the 1960s.
So floor to ceiling windows, exposed brick, beams, a wonderful kitchen, period light fittings and vintage cabinetry to boost the overall feel of the original era.
1,412 sq. ft. of space in total, which takes in three bedrooms, two bathrooms, reception space with an open kitchen leading off and an attached garage.
$500,000 is the asking price, which works out at around £321,000.
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