Retro Relic, Dudley
Designed by architects Mason and Richards in 1965 this extraordinary preserved Mid-Century house spans over 6000 sq ft. Accessed via a recently restored moat bridge, the property is divided into; the swimming pool and bar area, the lounge, the main living space, and two additional flats connected to the main building via a hallway.
It features the original 4x10m empty pool with gold leaf tiles, both male and female changing rooms for the pool, a dancefloor, teak hardwood details throughout, and a sunken conversation pit with views over the local nature reserve.
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