No architect attached to this, but someone has done a good job renovating this 1960s split-level modernist property in Playford, Suffolk.
It is described as an ‘extended individual detached bungalow’, one of five similar houses and a house that has been updated without taking away the original character of the place.
So cedar cladding, a wonderful kitchen space, exposed brick walls and angled ceilings for the originality, with new glazing, a newly installed air source heat pump for electric underfloor heating and a new zinc roof bringing things up to date.
Obviously, with the house extended, there’s plenty of living space too.
That kicks off with an entrance hall, leading to the ‘impressive’ sitting room with tiled floor, exposed brick, sloped ceiling and wood burning stove. A wall of glazing to one side too, with an extended area long down over the dining room.
Attached to that is the study area and that dining room, which is attached to the kitchen. All you expect in the latter, with those coloured units perhaps something you don’t. A utility area finishes off this section of the house.
An inner hallways leads to bedroom one with full height double glazed windows to front with views to the front garden and views to countryside beyond. It also accesses the shower room beyond a glass brick walls. Two more bedrooms as well, along with the family bathroom.
Outside space includes parking for two vehicles, a double garage, raised lawned garden areas and the extensive. main garden
£550,000 is the guide price.
Images and details courtesy of Jonathan Waters. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.