It's always good to see an interesting 1960s-designed house, but it's even better when the interior is still instant – as is the case with the Meadow Rise house in Little Aston, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.
Lots of period features to admire, including exposed brickwork, wood panels and ceilings, stone fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows, period radiators, period lighting and built-in furniture. Be a crying shame if that was ripped out by the next buyer.
Few details of the house's heritage available, but plenty on what you get for your money. A plot of 0.84 acres for a start, with accommodation including a reception hall, a concealed cloakroom, a drawing room, a solid retractable screen that leads to a study and a dining room (which can be screened off from the drawing room), a kitchen, a side hallway with WC, laundry and informal sitting room, four bedrooms (the master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room) plus an integral garaging, carport, storage rooms and extensive gardens.
You'll need £1,100,000 to buy it, but if you do have a windfall, this could be our dream retro home.
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