Ultimate 1960s time capsule in the Welsh countryside! This £600k home for sale has it all, from slatted ceilings, to an original kitchen and sunken bathFour-bedroom detached house built in the 1960s is up for grabs for £600,000The property in South Wales is for sale for only the second time since it was builtFeatures include wooden slated ceilings and a turquoise bathroom suite
This might be the ultimate 1960s time capsule home to turn into your own mid-century modern marvel.
The Welsh four-bedroom home built in the 1960s retains much of its original interior and is up for grabs for £600,000.
The dated property in South Wales is for sale for only the second time since it was built and when it comes to sixties features it has it all, including an eye-catching roof, wooden slatted ceilings, vintage kitchen and a turquoise bathroom suite, with sunken bath.
Plus it has far-reaching views of the surround Welsh countryside from the west-facing front of the property.
This four-bedroom detached house built in the 1960s is for sale for £600,000 via M2 estate agents
The property has many dated features, including a turquoise bathroom suite with gold-coloured fittings
The property is in a private cul-de-sac in Llanfrechfa and extends across a substantial 3,000 square feet.
Llanfrechfa, in the Welsh county of Gwent, two miles south-east of the town of Cwmbrân, and three miles north of the major city of Newport, 14 miles north-east of Cardiff.
The hallway has slat wood panels on the walls and some green velvet carpet running up the stairs
This double bedroom has a slat panels on the ceiling in the same coloured wood as the furniture
The extended kitchen is done in brown tones with cream tiles and a beige patterned wallpaper
Most of the property is in its original condition, including a kitchen with brown tones and a large marble fireplace surround. The kitchen units are vintage Elizabeth Ann.
Marble also makes an appearance in one of the bathrooms, two of which have turquoise suites – including a sunken bathtub with gold-coloured fittings.
Much of the property has wooden slats on the walls and ceiling, including in the bedrooms and entrance hallway.
The property boasts far-reaching views of the surrounding Welsh countryside, including from the garden
The kitchen has space for a dining table and could be remodelled to turn it into the heart of a modern home
The main living area has a dedicated fireplace area with a marble surround and panelled walls
The house is in Llanfrechfa, in the Welsh county of Gwent, two miles south-east of the town of Cwmbrân
The property is accessed through a double main door that has a glass side addition with a post box
The property sit in a a large mature plot of land that backs onto fields and extends across several levels
The house has a study and games room, as well as plenty of storage space and no onward chain. And it sits in a large mature plot of land that backs onto fields.
The agent handling the sale is M2, which explains the house is ‘mostly in its original condition’.
The average price of a property sold in Llanfrechfa in the past year was £378,750. It compares to £354,646 for Britain, according to Zoopla.
Daniel Copley, of Zoopla, said: ‘Stepping inside this home is like stepping into the 1960s with its abundance of retro features including Elizabeth Ann kitchen units.
‘The property also benefits from a well-established garden and a convenient location close to the M4.’
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