Photography: The Modern House

It’s undergone some updates since the 1960s, but this midcentury East Sussex property is packed with original details.

Architects Peter and Beryl Harrison designed the six-bedroom home, which is located in Maresfield, close to Ashdown Forest. It’s undergone extensive renovation over the past five years to bring the house up to date, but its wood-panelled ceilings and bare bricks are intact.

Interiors are minimal and in keeping with the property’s midcentury heritage. The focal point of the home – listed for £875,000 with The Modern House – is its 44-ft-long living room, which looks onto the garden.

Maresfield village is in walking distance, while London Bridge is 70 minutes away from nearby Buxted train station.

Classic midcentury modern home lists for £875,000 in East Sussex
Photography: The Modern House
Classic midcentury modern home lists for £875,000 in East Sussex
Photography: The Modern House
Classic midcentury modern home lists for £875,000 in East Sussex
Photography: The Modern House

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