Sadly, not much in the way of images, but we’re still flagging up this three-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Carmarthen, South Wales because it’s the cheapest art deco property we’ve ever featured.
That could be for good reason though. This 1934 build is being sold on eBay as a classified and private sale, so you’ll need the money in place to get it. On top of that, it also needs work – although the listings hints that there are a number of original features still here, so that’s not actually a bad thing.
According to the seller, the property, which is set in open countryside between the villages of Cross Hands and Drefach, is in need of some structural repair including new windows. You’ll have to contact the seller for the full extent of that, but it could be purely down to a lack of work on the place over the years.
As for the space on offer, an entrance hall which leads into a large lounge with picture windows to the side, along with a tiled fireplace with a working chimney. The stairs lead from this room and there’s also access to the ground floor bedroom (you might want to change that layout) with cast iron radiator.
You’ll also find a dining room on the ground floor with large picture windows to the front and side plus a parkway fire fitted into the brick fireplace, which heats the water and the radiators and a glass shelved display cupboard fitted in the alcove. The kitchen leads off the dining room too, with a curved wall to one side, an airing cupboard and access to the rear lobby, where there is a door to a coal house and the back door. Strangely, there’s a bathroom on this floor too – which sounds like another relocating job.
As for the first floor, that is currently laid out with a dual-aspect bedroom with door to a balcony at the front of the house, along with a smaller second bedroom, which has access to the loft space, apparently ideal for converting to an en-suite – solving that bathroom issue.
Outside space includes steps from the road, large front and rear gardens, a driveway and garage. So on the face of it, room to expand if you can do something ‘in keeping’.
All of that for £130,000. Frustrating that we can’t see additional images, but if you are serious about buying, sure the seller would help out.