This 5-bedroom house is an outstanding piece of Scandinavian layout, nestled in the Sussex countryside. Created in 1968, it was created by the Danish architect Aage Møller with his wife Carol, a renowned landscape architect. Sometimes we (like myself) get caught up in drooling more than the immaculate Mid century residence full of the most rare and challenging to uncover ar2rk and layout. This home feels actual and truthful, yes there are some fantastic pieces inside but the construction feels lovingly lived in.
“Great care was taken by the architects to construct the property from high quality resources. Externally the yellow bricks have been hand created at 2 inches high, the Danish norm, rather than the British 3 inch bricks of the time. The timber Velfac windows are double glazed with integral venetian blinds the place suitable. Stained pine boarding completes the Scandinavian aesthetic. Internally there is Junkers Ash flooring throughout collectively with Douglas Fir ceilings to the living places. Heating is by means of oil-fired underfloor ducted air.”