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I wonder if the house has changed hands recently, and what its condition is. It certainly seems a grand essay on one of the post-war house types, with echoes (at least) of Taliesin and other early work -- do you think ? (As looky-loo kids we never got a proper view of the house, and it was years before I saw any further images -- and discovered the fortunately rejected earlier proposal(s) for the site !)