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For sale: 1960s-designed Prestwood house in Great Missenden, Bucks

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Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, built in 1966 and now Grade II-listed, Prestwood house in Great Missenden, Bucks could be yours if you have a large nest egg hidden away.

It's a very distinctive house, designed by Peter Aldington and set on a tranquil 3/4 acre plot, the house is largely unchanged today, with the exception of an added glass pavilion that contains a swimming pool. Which means you still have that large reception room with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open out onto a long balcony with distant views of the Chilterns. All of that and just 45 minutes by train to London.


In terms of specifics, the house offers that swimming pool and land, along with an entrance hall with spiral staircase, a dining room, kitchen with eating area, games room, sauna, shower room, six bedrooms (one with dressing room), utility room, first floor reception and a bathroom. There's also a large first floor balcony that's reached via the reception room.

A lot of house in a sought-after area, you know it's not going to be cheap. £1,400,000 gets you this house. Check out many more images at the website.

Find out more at the Modern House website

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