You might recall we featured a similar design (albeit heavily updated) some time back. If that was a little much for you, her is the perfect opportunity to do your own renovation, courtesy of this 1930s Oliver Hill-designed art deco property in Frinton-On-Sea, Essex.
It isn’t the dream art deco property right now by any means, but it certainly could be. Time has taken its toll and to be honest, it looks like there’s a different decade represented by pretty much every room.
But the structure looks pretty much intact (with the exception of the added conservatory. So if you got the Crittall (or Crittall-style) windows in this place and sorted out the interior finish, you’ll not be far away.
As for the house itself, that’s only yards from the seafront, which means sea views from the first floor. You also get an entrance hall, cloakroom, L-shaped lounge with original wood flooring, dining room, the previously-mentioned conservatory and kitchen on the ground floor.
Head up to the ‘spacious’ landing and you’ll get access to the master bedroom and its sea views, a second bedroom, a front balcony, three further bedrooms, bathroom and shower room.
Outside you’ll find gardens at the front, side and rear, a timber shed and an integral garage with sliding door.
If you want it, the price is £450,000.