Big thanks to John for pointing us in the direction of this one. We would probably have ignored it at first glance, but check out the interior of this 1970s modernist property in Coventry, West Midlands.
A substantial property and one that looks largely unchanged through the decades. In fact, if you look closely you’ll probably see some rather interesting fixtures, fittings and furniture too. There’s a fireplace there that really is something else.
What you’ll also notice are the large windows, the gallery space, an angled roof, the wood panelling, exposed brick and large reception spaces. This is a house in need of some work, but it is also a house with features in need of protecting too.
It’s also a spacious place inside and out. In terms of the inside, a porch and double doors lead to the reception hall with a dog leg staircase off to the first floor, with a lounge opening out onto a Mezzanine floor. There is also access to the rear garden.
An inner hall then leads to a cloakroom, as well as a lounge with sliding doors to the rear garden, feature fireplace and a breakfast bar. Further down is the kitchen, lobby, utility room and two studies. There are also four bedrooms on this floor, one with en-suite, plus a shower room.
The first floor houses an open plan lounge, with a balcony overlooking the rest garden.
Outside you’ll find a large garage, additional parking and that large rear garden.
All of that in what’s described as a ‘premier’ location. If you fancy being the next owner, the house is up for sale for offers over £780,000.
Images and details courtesy of Alternative Estates at Rightmove. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.