Another beautifully presented property, this 1960s midcentury modern house in Sheringham, Norfolk is now on the market.
A seaside location. an award-wing beach and this lovely 1960s house. Quite a pull here.
Of course, you are more than welcome to do your own research on the area, but if you want to know more about the house, read on.
This is a 1960s single-storey property and an interesting one too. Plenty of single-storey houses were built in the 1960s, but not too many with the kind of vaulted ceilings that you see here. But not too many were individually architect designed.
It has another pull, which is the originality still on show here. Yes, the house has been updated over the years. But a good number of original details remain here, which really do bring it to life.
The house itself looks unchanged in terms of the architecture, with a design that’s very much about light and space, not least when it comes to the reception area.
The wood-clad ceilings are an obvious selling point, but there are more original details too. Those tiles look originals. that frosted kitchen window, some exposed brick and the built-in units in the bedrooms, for example.
Love that wall of glass around the front and rear doors too. Likely updated, but almost certainly original features. Much like the inner glazed area too.
Elsewhere, everything has had a refresh, from the kitchen to the wooden floors. But without moving too far away from the 1960s aesthetic. Throwing in some original 1960s furnishings has boosted that 1960s ‘vibe’ too. As I always say, those items will not be staying, but it gives you an idea of how it could look if you go down that route.
You could push further down that road too if you wanted to. A lot of neutral finishes, which so work. But some feature walls of colour walls would also look amazing in this one.
As for space, you get a large entrance hall with floor to ceiling windows boosting the natural light, accessing the fitted kitchen and that amazing 20ft lounge/diner, essentially the heart of the home and with access onto the rear garden.
There are three bedrooms here too (two doubles, one single, all with fitted storage and there is a family bathroom with a separate WC.
The outside is as much of a selling point as the inside, with the plot covering something like 0.4 acres.
A well-kept garden which wraps around the property and offers a mixture of lawned areas, vegetable patches, decorative borders, mature shrubs and views of the neighbouring woodland. There’s also a driveway for parking and a garage too.
Fancy it? The house is on the market now, with a guide price of £575,000.
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