Not as striking as some we feature, but we think this 1960s four-bedroom property in Foston, Derbyshire might appeal to a good number of our readers.
According to the agent, the house dates back to 1967 and is described as a unique design built by the current seller in a secluded location and a plot covering 0.4 of an acre. So plenty of space inside and out.
As for the inside, well you can see what you get. A house that has obviously been maintained very well, but the features and detailing of this place have changed little over five decades.
That’s a selling on for us. We love the high, angled ceilings, the wood finish, the large windows and the staircase, all of which scream the era. On the downside, we can’t see enough of the rest of the house to see if this carries through.
An image of the bathroom shows that is recent, but we would love to know if the bedrooms and the kitchen have that same ‘sixties’ vibe. But that should be clear if you book a viewing. Let’s just say it is intriguing and from what we can see, very appealing if you want a house of this vintage.
As we hinted above, plenty of space too. That kicks off with the entrance hall with staircase to first floor, along with the large lounge with feature high ceiling and windows to three sides, separate dining room, garden room, breakfast kitchen with utility room off and a ground floor double bedroom with en-suite wet room.
To the first floor. a semi galleried landing leads to three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Outside is the well maintained garden, which is a mix of lawns, plants and seating areas. Looks to be a garage attached to the property too. If you do fancy moving to Derbyshire, this is on the market for £425,000.
Images and details courtesy of Scargill, Mann and Co. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.