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Beautifully restored British Bauhaus home asks $732K

It was built in 1935 and designed by Oliver Hill

A two-story white-washed home with curving walls and white-steel-framed windows set behind landscaping.
The home was built in 1935 as part of the Frinton Park Estate in Essex, England.
Photos via The Modern House

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Location: Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, England

Price: £575,000 ($732,000)

This Grade-II listed Bauhaus home is located in the seaside development of Frinton Park Estate, in Essex, England. One of 35 houses built as part of a showcase of British modern architecture, this 1935 design by Oliver Hill has been beautifully refurbished with many original details in tact, and also incorporates a new addition.

The bright-white residence features the simplicity and clean lines of the period, which can be seen in the steel-framed windows, curved walls and nooks, round windows, and the open layout.

Entering the home, one is greeted by a study on one side, a wooden staircase leading up to the second level, and a large living room with a curving wall of windows. From there, a striking conservatory-cum-dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows flows into a kitchen that occupies a semicircular room.

Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms, of which the ensuite master opens onto a balcony with sea views, and an additional bathroom. Parquet floors make up the first floor, while carpeting covers the private areas, and the whole space measures 141 square meters, or approximately 1,514 square feet. A small backyard offers a bit of outdoor respite, while the beach is just a short distance away, all available for £575,000, or approximately $732,000.

Via: The Modern House