This has actually just gone under offer, but I’m guessing there might still be a window if you are interest in this 1960s modernist property in Beverley, East Yorkshire. Thanks to @the_bungalow for tipping us off.
It needs work, but you know that. The house has been unoccupied for two years and doesn’t look to have had much upgrading for some years prior to that. It’s almost a time capsule and definitely an opportunity.
The house was individually designed in the late 1960s and was extended later to boost the accommodation. The result is a hour that now has five bedrooms in total.
It also has some land outside too. 0.67 acres to be precise, as well as a location in a sought after residential area. With that in mind, the site is also flagged up as a potential site for development, subject to planning permission.
As for that space, the ground floor has an entrance hall with open tread staircase and cloakroom / WC, which in turn leads to a lounge, a dining room and a kitchen / breakfast room. A utility room is also on this floor.
Head upstairs and there is a landing, five bedrooms, a box room and a bathroom. Outside is a detached brick garage and the substantial garden area.
Shame we can’t see more of the inside, but what we can see is interesting. If it interests you, offers around the £600,000 mark gets this.
Images and details courtesy of Dee, Atkinson and Harrison. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.