Not sure whether this should be described as deco or moderne, but for now, we’ll describe it as a four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Herne Bay, Kent.
I think it’s fair to say that this house needs some work. But there is a flipside to this. As you can see from the images here (and additional ones on the listing), the house is packed with period features that look to have been well-maintained by previous owners. So there is plenty to work with here.
The house was built back in 1933 and no doubt constructed to take advantage of the view. In fact, there are 360-degree views of both the cast and the town on offer from the property. Location definitely a strongpoint.
Once inside, you’ll find four good size bedrooms, two of which come with sea views, with the rest of the layout offering a ‘large, grand’ reception hall, two reception rooms which open onto a sun terrace overlooking the sea, a good size kitchen and cloakroom plus family bathroom and cloakroom. See the listing for the breakdown of each room.
Back outside, you have the option of either enjoying the south facing rear garden or accessing the sun terraces. If that’s not sufficient, you can always egad up to the 32ft roof terrace. There’s also a detached garage, off-road parking and period front gates.
If you are interested, this place is on the market for £599,950.