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Lost in time: 1960s John Roberts-designed four-bedroom single-storey property in Lincoln, Lincolnshire

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It might look fairly plain from the outside, but within this John Roberts-designed four-bedroom single-storey property in Lincoln, Lincolnshire is the 1960s, an interior hardly changed since it was built. It's also up for rental.

I don't think the owners have intentionally created a time capsule, they have just maintained the place very well – which makes it the perfect place to live out your 1960s fantasy.

Lots of space too, including a large entrance hall, raised dining area, large lounge with feature open fire, floor to ceiling windows and access to a raised terrace, along with the original kitchen, a utility room and ‘gardener’s WC’. Follow a second corridor and you'll find two good sized linen cupboards, a shower room, two double bedrooms, one single bedroom, a master bedroom with en-suite and a further 'period' bathroom.


Outside is a double garage, plus one acre of grounds, with a gardener thrown in as part of the rent. That rental fee is £750pcm, should you want to move in. More images on the listing.

Find out more at the Rightmove website

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