Thanks to Maria for letting us know about this 1960s Murray Ward-designed modernist property in Arford, Hampshire.
A distinctive property, one that dates back to 1963, with London based architects Murray Ward commissioned to design the house for a local artist. Of course, things have changed in the intervening years, but the bold silhouette still remains.
Inside isn’t too radical. Modernised and updated fairly recently we would guess, but the wood panel ceilings and exposed brick survive, as does the general layout we would imagine. But overall, you are talking a modern family home.
You’ll find the house in around a third of acre of garden, with an elevated offering views of the village and local countryside. Once inside you will find an open plan kitchen and living area with a long picture window (for those views), two bedrooms on the first floor (the master with access to the large roof terrace) and two further bedrooms one with en-suite on the ground floor. There is also a further studio / home office with separate kitchen independently accessed from the ground floor.
Outside there is room for parking several vehicles and some well maintained gardens.
If you fancy the move here, the asking price is £725,000.
Images and details courtesy of Warren Powell-Richards. For more information and to make enquiries, please visit their website.