Muted midcentury interiors and leafy countryside views are on offer at this Suffolk bungalow, on the fringes of Boxford.
Samples Farm sits on two-and-a-half acres of landscaped gardens and organic farmland and was built in the 1960s in a chalet style with overhanging eaves. Its original aesthetic has been preserved, including pine-clad interior walls, fluted glass, exposed brickwork and parquet flooring.
The four-bedroom countryside property is on the market via The Modern House for £765,000 and is set over two storeys. A serving hatch – that classic 60s British feature – separates the kitchen from the dining room, and open plan sitting room.
As well as the 2,183 sq ft house, there’s a detached barn on one side which has planning permission for conversion into a 1,000 sq ft living space with a mezzanine level. It’s presently a garage and storage unit. Samples Farm’s grounds also include flower beds, fruit trees, lawns and a kitchen garden.