An interesting build, but this Hubert Thomas-designed 1930s art deco five-bedroom property in Neston, Cheshire has been modernised considerably inside.
Not that it’s the end of the world of you want authenticity. The structure of this 1935 build is still faithful to the original design, with the inside being just ‘decor’. Little details like the parquet flooring are still inside too. Get some windows in keeping with the original design, tone down that interior and you could have a period gem once more.
You certainly get space, as this is quite a substantial home. Not just that, it’s a large plot too, with plenty of garden, ‘ample’ off-road parking and a double garage too.
As for the inside space, the ground floor offers up an entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, a lounge with both French doors to the rear and that oil-treated parquet flooring, plus the staircase leading to the first floor with a ‘feature’ glass balustrade. Also on the ground is a dining room with parquet flooring and a kitchen/breakfast room, again with French doors.
Head up the staircase and you’ll find a bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a similar second bedroom, two more bedrooms and a family bathroom. A fifth bedroom is accessed via another staircase, which also has access to that staple of an art deco home, the roof terrace.
The asking price is £499,950.
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