Step inside the Seventies! Quirky timewarp house complete with cork walls, retro bar and even its own dance floor is up for sale for £750,000
- The four-bedroom property is on the market for the first time ever at £750,000
- It is complete with all its 70s furnishings, including a retro-style bar and sauna
A large and spacious timewarp property trapped in the 70s has gone on the market for the first time ever at £750,000.
Sea Mist in Suffolk was a contemporary home when it was designed and built 50 years ago by the current owners and still has all of its original decor, making it a unique purchase.
The quirky four-bedroom home has cork walls, wood panelling and polystyrene ceiling tiles as well as a retro-looking leather and wooden bar.
It is now going on the market for with estate agents Bedfords, who have compared the property it to a museum exhibit or film set.
The detached house lies on the Shotley peninsula on the Suffolk coast, and is surrounded by countryside.
The property has been described by estate agents as similar to walking onto a film set
The home in Suffolk still has all of its original 70s decor, making it a unique purchase
The 3,695 sq ft sits mostly on one floor, with all four bedrooms together in one wing.
The master bedroom has an en suite, while the others all have a sink in them – although the monochrome decor may need some updating, estate agents for the property said.
There is also a double height dining hall, a kitchen/breakfast room and small sitting room on the ground floor, with a main sitting room and roof terrace on the first floor.
The property is completed with a family bathroom and even a private sauna.
The land drops away by the property to give views to the water.
There is also a large garden with a terrace and a lawn, plus a large double garage and a greenhouse.
The house sits next to the village church at the end of a quiet lane in a secluded position.
A spokesman for Bedfords said: ‘Sea Mist is a fabulous 1970s contemporary house with stunning views over farmland towards the estuary.
‘It is a spacious, light-filled family home. It has unimpeded views to the water and is in a fabulous, secluded position.
The retro leather and wood bar has bright lighting and plenty of storage space for drinks
The 70s-style kitchen is light and airy, but could be in need of some updating
The quirky four-bedroom home has cork walls, wood panelling and polystyrene ceiling tiles
The upstairs of the property has a main sitting room (pictured) and roof terrace
It is now going on the market for with estate agents Bedfords, who have compared the property it to a museum exhibit or film set
The four bedrooms are all in one wing of the house, and while one has an ensuite, the other three all have their own sink
The home, which was contemporary when it was built 50 years ago, is going on sale for the first time for £750,000
‘The accommodation is in need of updating. The hall is a great central space with cork feature wall and the main sitting room has a fabulous period bar at one end and a dance floor in the middle.
‘The room covers the full length of one side of the house, semi-vaulted with windows on all four sides. On the elevation looking towards the water you can watch the changing seasons and the ships coming and going, which is particularly spectacular at night.
‘It’s an amazing timewarp and looks as if it should be in a museum or used as a film location.’
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