From the outside, this looks every bit the modernist structure of the 1920s or ’30s. But we suspect this is actually a modernist-style three-bedroomed house in Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, rather than the real thing.
I don’t know. Looking at the interior it looks more modern, while the expanse of land, you suspect, would have been more considerable if this was an original build on the North Wales coat. Our guess? A house that was built in the 1980s. Speak to the agent for confirmation one way or the other.
But let’s put that to one side, as the house itself is certainly worthy of a closer look, no matter what the era. Indeed, if you fancy a modernist property, this is actually in the affordable bracket for more of us too.
Individually architect-designed, the house is close to both the harbour and the beach. In terms of layout, you’ll find an entrance hall, shower room and utility on the ground floor, with a feature spiral staircase leading to the first floor which has an open plan lounge/dining area and a fitted kitchen. The lounge and dining area lead out to a balcony. On the second floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The property also has a garden and carport outside, further off-street parking.
Fancy a look round? Get in touch with the agent for that. It’s on the market for £235,000, but has been up for sale for some time and does need some updating, so an offer is probably worth your while. More images at the agent’s site.