This four-bedroom art deco-style property in Esher, Surrey doesn’t come cheap, but that’s likely to be down to the postcode as much as (if not more than) the house itself.
No details available about the house or its past other than the usual room breakdown and positive comments about the area. But from the images, it looks like a subtle deco-style property which has been updated quite considerably over the years. Which leaves us with a modern home in a 1930s shell. If that’s your kind of thing, read on for the breakdown, especially if you like the idea of a commute to central London in under 30 minutes.
Enter via the front garden and paved driveway, which takes you into an entrance hall with wood floor storage, stairs down to WC and a further door to rear garden. You’ll also get access to the family room with wooden floor and fireplace, a reception room (again with wood floor and fireplace), a kitchen/breakfast room with all the fittings you would expect, along with stairs to the dining room, which has a French door to rear garden and a door to the utility room. Finishing off this floor is a study and WC.
The first floor has a bedroom with en-suite, a dual-aspect second bedroom with balcony access and a third bedroom, also with balcony access, plus two further bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
Head outside and you’ll find terraces of paved patios plus a rear garden mainly laid to lawn with a pond, beds and borders of trees, shrubs and flowers, along with external lighting.
More images on the listing. That price? An eye-watering £1,325,000.