We don’t know a great deal about this house or this development, but we still like the look of this 1970s modernist property in Norwich, Norfolk, which was flagged up by Graham.
We believe it was the work of Fielden and Mawson back in the early 1970s and we know it is part of a lever development of similarly styled properties.
We can also assume that the house has been renovated to what looks like a high standard in the fairly recent past. The ‘avant garde design’ (the words of the agent) is still present, not least with the high vaulted ceilings (which really emphasise the space), large windows (likewise) and the internal courtyard. But the finishes are very much what a contemporary buyer wants to see.
Clean white walls, exposed brick, new kitchen, you know the kind of thing. A good marriage of the old and the new, although the entire place definitely has a retro charm.
Anyway, living space consists of an inner hall area, an open plan kitchen / dining room, a separate utility room, a ‘spacious’ living room, that internal courtyard and three bedrooms described as ‘good size’, along with a modern bathroom.
You also get a ‘small garden’ plus an open plan garden at the front, with a parking space in front of the garage.
Fancy it? The guide price is £300,000.
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