Always amazing to see places like this still around. By that, we mean largely-untouched architectural gems from the past, like this 1970s Granville Gough-designed four-bedroom Polygons house in Lymm, Cheshire.
Little detail in the listing, but we know Granville Gough has lived in the house for a number of years, so presumably designed it for himself in the 1970s and has been happy with it. Hence the originality of this place.
Indeed, this single-storey house oozes 1970s charm both inside and out. If you do buy it, you might want to make an offer for all those fittings too. Talking of the interior, you get an entrance hall, cloakroom, WC, a living room, dining room, family room/study, kitchen, utility room, master bedroom suite, three/four further bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Outside there's a a double garage, patio and terrace areas, along with mature gardens with many shrubs, trees and rhododendrons, an ornamental pond and a driveway providing ‘ample parking’. £750,000 is the asking price.