Hopefully our expert art deco readers can add some details to this, because the listing for this five-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Bromley, Kent is sparse, to put it mildly.
So we’ll go with what we have and what we see. What we see is a stunning slice of period architecture and one that has been maintained well and modernised to a good standard. Yes, there’s a modern kitchen and bathroom in here, but the shell is still faithful to the original build.
It’s also very much a blank canvas, so you can just move in your period pieces and away you go. No surprise really, this being a rental property. Location wise, it is said to be near Sunridge Park, if that matters one way or the other.
Once inside, you’ll find a significant amount of space. In terms of the breakdown, we’re talking five bedrooms, two reception rooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen area and a roof terrace, which is said to offer ‘stunning views’.
Outside space too, which of course includes the distinctive swimming pool you can see above. Not sure it is one for the winter, but if you rent this long term, it should be a bonus when the sunshine returns.
If you want to move in, you can do that from 1st October. On the downside, you’ll need to find a monthly rent of £3,300.