It doesn’t look much at first glance, but this 1950s three-bedroom self-build bungalow in Longfield, Kent could be an interesting prospect.
It sits in two acres of land and according to the owners, it was built by their parents 60 years ago, with the pair designing and building the house and outbuildings, which include a brick and flint built pottery.
The main residence is described as ‘a truly unique design even by today’s standards’ and could be extended without adversely affecting the overall look, according to the agent. It will need some work regardless of extending. Let’s just say time has taken a hold of it and it could do with something of a clearout to see just what you get.
The current property layout, as it stands, comprises of a sitting room, family room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, workshop/study, two bedrooms and bathroom.
Externally the property has a double garage and large driveway, with the remainder of the two acres of land mainly woodland and clearings with outbuildings including a self sufficient pottery, thatched roof summer house and a flint built storage shed.
We suspect you need to go and have a look at this place, ideally before a developer does. The asking price is £450,000.