I don’t think the inside is going to sell the house to many art deco fans, but we’re still flagging up this Douglas Wood-designed 1930s art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex because the exterior is stunning.
To be fair, there are only a few images on the listing right now, so other parts of the house might ‘sell’ the interior more. We honestly don’t know. But the kitchen and the living areas shown don’t really say ‘1930s’ to us. You’ll have to book a viewing (or contact the agent) if you want to know more. All we have are the words ‘sympathetically modernised’ from the agent.
But as we said, the exterior is a key selling point here, as is the location of this 1935 property, built as part of the Warren Estate, located opposite Stanmore station, which now forms part of the Kerry Avenue Conservation area. Situated to the rear of the property is Stanmore Country Park which was once part of the estate of Warren House, an 18th century mansion with landscaped grounds.
As for space, that’s down as including a reception hall, spacious reception room, family room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, guest WC, a bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and dressing room, four further bedrooms, a family bathroom and shower room and a large roof terrace on the second floor. Outside there’s a double garage, secluded 125ft landscaped rear gardens and 27ft front gardens.
All of that will cost you £1,595,000.