How do you fancy taking on a house pretty much unchanged since the 1960s in something of an idyllic location? If so, you might want to check the finances ahead of viewing this Bryan Tanner-designed Dominoes modernist property in Stoke Gabriel, Devon.
First time on the market for a house designed by the architect for his own family and sat in an elevated position for great views, not least over the water below and farmland beyond.
Little has changed since this place was built in the 1960s, although it has certainly been updated judging by the photos and might even have had a new kitchen. So perhaps a new bathroom is required, but outside of that, this is packed with wonderful period features, right down to the original Scandinavian wood burning stove and open staircase.
Lots of space since and out too. The entrance hall on the ground floor (with utility and shower room) has a staircase leading to a substantial reception room, kitchen and three bedrooms. Head outside and you’ll find a driveway, parking area, covered car port and garden.