Inside an Artists Home

Company news :   21 - 03 - 19

If you are interested in properties with unique features, you will love the mid-1960s Jack Coutu modernist house that we are currently marketing. This exciting three-bedroom property is situated in Wrecclesham and it is quickly gaining national attention.

The intriguing house was designed by Jack Coutu who was a well-regarded local artist, but not an architect. He exhibited at the Royal Academy in London and can be found in the permanent collection at the V&A.

Andrew Lodge commented: “We know that Jack designed the property for himself and his sister and they enjoyed living there until their recent deaths. Jack spent hours working in his studio here.

“The property hasn’t changed in over 50 years so there is scope to make it your own. It really is a gem if you like 1960s style.”

To find out more and view the floorplan, please visit the property details page HERE. Or to arrange a viewing please call our friendly team on 01252 717705.