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On the market: Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex

Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex
Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex

How does a substantial art deco build grab you? Well, this four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex is on the market, although it might need a bit of work doing on it.

Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex
Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex

Details are scarce, but it looks like this curvy deco property has been part renovated already – the sight of what looks like a new kitchen and a skip. Not sure the kitchen adds anything to it, but if you are paying what’s being demanded for this, you can probably afford to put a new one in.

Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex
Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex

That price could be because of the plot size, which is 0.7 acres, with the house standing proudly within it, throwing in some sea views to the front. The accommodation is listed as including a master bedroom with balcony, dressing room and en suite bath/shower room, three further bedrooms, dressing/box room, family bathroom, three reception rooms, garden room, kitchen, utility and cloakroom. There’s also a double garage, off street parking and those gardens outside.

Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex
Four-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex

Apart from that, all we have are the images, which show plenty of period charm (and those curves) still preserved, mixed in with some more recent (and less appealing) decor updates.

All that’s left is the price, which is a considerable £1,000,000. There is an open house from 11.30am – 1pm on Saturday 1st June and Saturday 15th June, with offers to be received by 12 noon on Monday 1st July 2013.

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  • Phil Whyte

    I live in one of the other Modern Movement houses on that street and I can tell you more about the house – it was in the same family from 1958 to last year, when the owner [and last family member] died. It is an Oliver Hill designed house, but was doubled in size a number of years back. The extension was done totally in keeping with the original design and has been reglazed with Crittall steel window double glazing and fully insulated. The original fireplace remains in the living room, but the interior is very biege! The big fear is that it will end up in the hands of property developers as it sits on a plot originally mapped out for four houses. I feel that [until my house is finished !] it is the best house on the Frinton Park Estate.