Supercute 1960 Bungalow (now for sale!)

Tuesday, September 13

This beautiful Bungalow house designed by architect Athelstan Whaley as a part Edgcumbe Park resort was for years owned by a David Weston & Scott Mycock and used as a home and studio.

House was nicely renovated and its decorations are spot on - classical modernist posters, iconic mid century modern furniture like Eames Lounge chair, Noguchi Butterfly stool, Jacobsen Egg chair  and many others are present.  Interesting fact is that it was also used as a location for 1966 film Fahrenheit 451.

As they are now moving, the house is  for sale at £515,000  - so if you live nearby maybe you could be interested!

//Terhi said...

The black corner is very effective! Nice pics. Thanks.

E. said...

Love the furniture and architecture! I just bought an apartment and your blog inspires me so much! Thanks! I love it!

x E.

bouzy said...

Love the shiny interior combinated with midcentury furniture. Love the leather sofa. Any idea where I could find it? thanks.

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