Hidden away in the Midlands is a grade II-listed midcentury property – this three-bedroom Frank Lloyd Wright-style property in Solihull, West Midlands.
It's a bizarre house, at least in terms of the interior and what we can see of the exterior. It was apparently built in the late 50s and has been listed due to its 'distinctive architectural style'. It's also only been up for sale once since being built. Until now that it.
Sat away from a road and in woodland, this chalet-style house is built of oak, cedar and Shropshire clay brick, with plenty of original features within, including wardrobes concealed behind oak-strip walls and a full height, unusually-shaped, brick fireplace.
Despite only having three bedrooms, there is an option to split one to get it four bedrooms. On top of that, there's a reception hall, an open-plan sitting and dining room, galley-style kitchen, a utility room, shower room, a family bathroom and store room. Outside there's an open fronted double garage and 0.67 acres of land.
More images and details on the agent's site, with an asking price of £850,000.