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For sale: 1960s midcentury-style Man House by James Hunter in Woolton, Liverpool, Merseyside

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Midcentury in Liverpool? You'd better believe it. Even better, this this James Hunter-designed Man House in Woolton, Liverpool, Merseyside is on the market right now.

It’s a midcentury-style bungalow, dating back to 1964 and the work of American architect James Hunter. It's a hoyse that boasts space, both with a large plot and an open plan design reminiscent of that era. Yes, it has been modernised, but the work undertaken has maintained the character of the original house.


The accommodation comprises of an open planning kitchen/dining area which opens out into a spacious lounge, three good sized bedrooms and a separate bathroom and w.c. The overhanging flat roof is supported by ‘maple’ solid wood beams and is covered by a rubber membrane commonly used in commercial construction for its durability. Externally there are landscaped gardens to the front, back and sides of the property with the addition of off road parking.


Plenty of images at the agent's site if you want to see more. The asking price is £539,995 if you see yourself living in Man House.

Find out more at the Move Residential website

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One thought on “For sale: 1960s midcentury-style Man House by James Hunter in Woolton, Liverpool, Merseyside

  1. I can’t remember if I commented on this previously but the James Hunter you have referred to in this article was my father-in-law, who was an architect in Liverpool and not America. He worked in the city and also taught at the University. It would be great if you could amend the article and re-post it please. If you need any authentication we have the original plan drawings for the house that I can send you photographs of

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