Not a great deal of detail on offer about this place, but we do know that it is a 1970s Roger Dyer-designed modernist property in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Dyer was a local architect, producing the single-storey build around 1970. Has it changed? Well, yes and no, but probably more the latter.
It has been updated, but nothing radical. The windows are now double glazed and the kitchen looks recent. The kind of updates you would expect of any modern-day house. But that’s just about where it ends.
The beams are certainly original, not to mention the exposed brick walls, the quickly layout, which looks to be built around a central courtyard. If that doesn’t tempt you in, how about your own pool? Yes, there’s one of those too, along with a changing / wet room. We didn’t expect that.
The agent claims it has potential for ‘further development’, which might well be the case. But anything radical would probably change this place beyond recognition. So if you like what you see, you might want to get in quick.
Talking of what you see brings us to space. This place has a reception hall with cloak cupboards, a living room with dual aspect windows, a kitchen / dining room with sliding doors into the courtyard, a study, a utility area and cloakroom and an inner hall that leads to three double bedrooms, a bathroom and that indoor swimming pool with changing room that also accesses the private courtyard.
Outside is enough off road parking for two or three cars plus a tandem garage. £575,000 is the asking price.
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