Something of a time capsule, with The Level House 1960s modernist property in Mayfield, East Sussex offering plenty of character and a good amount of space both inside and out too.
The property is described as a ‘unique, architect designed 1960s detached family house’, with much of its 1960s originality still in place. That’s obvious a selling point for fans of the era.
That includes exposed brick, wood panel (and angled) ceilings, wood-clad walls, period light fittings. built-in furnishings and much, much more. Have a look through the photos to get an idea of what’s on offer here.
Yes, some areas perhaps need an upgrade or two (not everything from the past ages well), but the basis for a stylish home is very much in place.
In addition to that, you also get half an acre of wonderful gardens and some lovely views beyond. So much to appreciate internally and externally.
Head into the house and you get access to the tandem garage in one direction, with the other taking you past the utility and bathroom, two of the bedrooms (with fitted wardrobes) to the main open plan living space.
That’s the big selling point for us, with extensive glazing, a large brick fireplace and chimney breast in the middle of the room and access to as conservatory space. Stairs lead up from the sitting room to an open dining room with vaulted ceiling and high level windows.
Also on this level is the kitchen area and the master bedroom, with large window to front, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room.
Outside, there is a ‘wide thicket’ of various shrubs and trees to the front, while the rear garden is an impressive mix of mature shrubs, trees and flowerbeds. There is a seating area too, a large apple tree and a further section of rear garden with a glasshouse.
More images and details on the listing. If you fancy this place, it is on the market for £650,000.
Images and details courtesy of Burnett’s. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.