Now this is rather nice. A 1960s midcentury modern property in Little Shelford, Cambridgeshire.
It’s appealing for two reasons. Firstly, the design itself, which is one of three similar properties and very much of its era and secondly, the condition of this place.
This isn’t a time capsule by any means. A look at the kitchen and some of the interior details tells you that. But the owner has gone to great lengths to preserve this place and its key details.
We love so much about it, but in particular the vaulted and double height ceilings, the exposed brick, the timber cladding on the ceilings, the parquet flooring, the fireplace and the open staircase to the gallery.
A good amount of living space here too.
Head in and you’ll find the reception hall with Herringbone block parquet flooring, leads to the dining room and in turn the living room. Both of those have the high vaulted celling, floor to ceiling windows, block parquet flooring, views of the rear garden and the period open fire.
Head up the open staircase and you will also access a a large mezzanine area, with doors leading to a balcony.
Other rooms include the kitchen has been recently refitted and the four bedrooms, two of which are described as ‘particularly spacious’ and dual aspect. Finally, there is a family bathroom and a rear hallway.
Outside you will find a wrap around garden, mainly laid to lawn, align with a paved courtyard to the front of the property, two sheds and a garage in a nearby block.
Fancy it? This one is on the market with a guide price of £650,000. Thanks to Will for the tip off!
Images and details courtesy of Redmayne, Arnold and Harris. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.