By Ron. Amazing Home. Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 08:24:20 AM.
If you look at it, this house probably doesn’t look as ‘hip’ as other houses from the same era. This is maybe because it only has one owner. Actually, it’s the first and the only time time a grade-II property out in the market. The recent owner purchased the house in 1963 and adored the house so much that he not ever moved out from this place.
This house is a part of a cluster of houses, all of them designed by Peter Phippen, Peter Randall and David Parkes. These cluster of houses itself is considered as the best private housing designs that built after war in Britain. That’s why this house is listed as grade-II.
An extra point that can be given to this house is its originality. Admittedly, the house’s kitchen is recently built, with some upgrades on some areas. But most of things you can see in this house is the things that the architects’ designed over five decades ago. This is always considered as a bonus.
The house was designed over one single floor. This includes three to four bedrooms (it’s up to your personal taste), a living area, that very kitchen we mentioned before, a dining area, a conservatory, a utility room, and two bathrooms.
That is the layout of the house ‘as it is’. But the agent suggests that you can redesign the layout of the house by yourself, thanks to the two-fold doors this house has.
In the outside area, there are lovely gardens at the back and front yard as well as a built-in garage. But that is not all you can get.
The homeowners of this Cockaigne properties share these facilities. A communal gardens, a tennis field, a secure playground for children, as well as a community home with a guest flat.
If this house catch your interest, it is for sale on a price of £525,000. That already includes a £550 service charge per year.
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