Designs that people tend to love or loathe judging by past feedback. Hopefully you, like us, are one of the former when it comes to this particular Huf Haus in Tilehurst, Berkshire.
This Huf actually dates back to 2003, but the timeless design of these places means the house really hasn’t aged a day.
Being a Huf, it also means you get pretty much what you expect of that kind of house. So floor-to-ceiling glazing, open plan living spaces, trademark beams and of course, a guarantee of quality.
The designs really only differ based on the original clients’ demands and budget. In this case, the original owners got 3,000 sq. ft. of internal living space for theft money laid out over three floors.
In terms of the layout, you get a ground floor pretty much taken up with an open-plan living / dining room complete with beech flooring, underfloor heating (which is also on the first floor) and thanks to that glazing, plenty of views out onto the garden. Also on this floor is a kitchen and a room that’s available as a study or bedroom.
An open staircase takes you to the first floor and the master bedroom suite, which has a bathroom and a ‘small balcony’ overlooking the garden. Also on this floor are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
There is also a which currently houses a large games room, a utility area, store room and what is described by the agent as ‘an expansive hall’ that could be used as anything from a home office area to a library.
Outside is a drive and gardens at the front of the house, while the rear has more substantial and landscaped gardens, including a terrace area, a large level lawn, a small vegetable garden and a tree house.
If you love it, the asking price is £995,000.
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