Perhaps not the most architecturally-significant place we’ve ever featured, but we do like this 1960s four-bedroomed house in Oulder Hill, Rochdale, Lancashire. It’s a great blank canvas.
Approached by a private drive, this is a substantial stone built detached house with extensive gardens and great views. In addition, there is a building plot with outline planning permission for one dwelling. So an investment, as well as a place to live.
But let’s focus on the house itself, which comprises of a hall, cloakroom, open plan lounge with dining room, breakfast kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms, a large studio/additional bedroom, two bathrooms and an integral garage.
But that’s only half the story. Check out all that open-plan space within, which would really suit the right decor and the right period furnishings, creating something pretty special.
Fancy it? £795,000 is the asking price.