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Controversial modern buildings usually cause trouble at the time, but once they have survived for a few years everybody loves them.Take Richard Horden's seminal house in Poole, dating from 1973.

'Wildwood' has an exposed steel frame with floor-to-ceiling glazing and an overhanging roof on the east and west facades. Permission exists for extension to the original and the property is now on the market for about £1.2 million through agents Berkeleys. A snip.

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