I found this a fascinating visit. The house - as may be seen - is modernist and was taken over by National Trust on a ten year lease. The lease has a two year break clause and as the number of visitors was disappointing they plan to get out at end of 2103. The house was originally built for a family and would have had many interesting period features. Sadly over the years these have disappeared. The structure and explanations are interesting and some areas are used as studios by artists who were friendly and educational. There is a small cafe on site with helpful staff. We are NT members so did not have to pay but there is otherwise a charge. There is an audio "reminiscence" system in the rooms which might be useful but I found a bit of a nuisance!
It is difficult to predict what will happen - long-term - to this property. Because of the design [flat roofs, Crittall windows and so on repairs and maintenance would appear costly.
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