Modernism by the sea, courtesy of this 1960s Gordon White & Hood-designed modernist property in Aldeburgh, Suffolk.
The location definitely sells this place. Looking out over the beach at Aldeburgh, it should be a joy to get out of bed each and every day to take in type sea air. Or you could stay indoors and enjoy the view from your window.
The house dates back to the late 1960s, although much of the work in this place is far more recent. A stylish renovation job by the current owners has added in a clean, contemporary finish, with a few retro touches along the way.
Less obvious is that the house now also benefits from oak floors and new aluminium-framed double-glazed windows, as well as a freshly landscaped garden. Regardless of the work, the house is still very much ‘in keeping’ with the original style and layout of the 1960s build.
Most importantly, the full-height glazing on both the ground and first floors remain, allowing sea views and creating a bright living space within.
As for space, there are three bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefitting from the sea views. In addition to those, you also get an open-plan kitchen / living / dining room, plus a front and rear garden and a garage with an electric door. An additional parking space can be found in a shared car park.
If this is your idea of a dream home, it is on the market for £625,000.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.