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For sale: 1960s mid-century-style house in Jordans, Buckinghamshire

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Designed back in the 1960s by Gresham Dodd, this mid-century-style house in the sought-after location of Jordans, Buckinghamshire is what you might call a ‘project’.

It’s a single story house, with a design influenced by Mies van der Rohe, Craig Ellwood and Philip Johnson and little changed from the day it was built – which means wall-to-wall windows for enjoying the view and wood paneling throughout. And those views are guaranteed – a covenant on the land forbids any further building.


The accommodation includes three bedrooms, two kitchen/living rooms and
two bathrooms, but there are architect plans available to convert to a
five-bedroom house.

It’s all a big ‘ask’ in the current financial climate though – £635,000
is the price being sought and that’s before any modernisation. But if
you’ve got cash to spare, it could be worth considering.

Find out more at the Modern House website

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