On the market for the first time ever is this 1970s modernist property in Bramcote, Nottingham. It shows too.
It isn’t quite a time capsule, but it isn’t far off one either. Most of the period details are still in place and if you look closely, many of the fixtures and fittings too. It isn’t often that you see a pair of original Joe Colombo armchairs in place in a living room. That large sofa is something else too.
Beyond that, enjoy the architecture itself, which is an angular, modernist affair and once inside, the open tread staircase, the amazing doorways, the large reception with floor to ceiling glazing and the terrace area.
The house itself is an angular, modernist affair, one that’s very much of its era. But beyond its retro appeal the house offers plenty of space and an opportunity for someone to create something special that incorporates the 1970s touches. The alternative is someone might gutting it or knocking it down. Hopefully that will not happen.
If you like the idea of the first option, let’s have a look at what you get for your money.
The internal accommodation starts via an open storm porch to the entrance hallway, with feature stairs to the first floor, a lounge with rear garden access and an inner hallway to a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom/WC, a further family bathroom/WC and three further bedrooms to the right hand wing.
On the opposite side of the ground floor is another inner hallway leading to a utility room, store cupboard and shower room with sauna, as well as an additional ground floor bedroom overlooking the rear garden. Also off this inner hall is access to the integral double garage.
If you choose to head up the staircase you will find a ‘sizeable’ cloakroom/WC, a 40 foot (and more) lounge/dining room with picture windows to the front and rear and a dining breakfast kitchen with a door to a roof top terrace.
Vacant possession on this one and an asking price of £875,000. Might be worth checking if the furnishings are included. They could be worth quite a bit to collectors.
Images and details courtesy of Robert Ellis. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.
Thanks to Rhys for the tip off.