Anyone for a project? This 1930s art deco property in Willesden, London NW10 is ready and waiting for you.
Substantial and because of the need for work, it has the ‘upside’ of offering some wonderful period features, Yes, you might have to dig around and look past the latter-day updates, but they are definitely here.
The exterior, of course, offers at least two examples. The double-fronted facade looks to have the original windows intact, while the rounded ‘tower’ in the centre hints at something special within.
That’s a circular staircase, which should be the focal point of any renovation. Elsewhere, the layout looks pretty original to us, but definitely in need of some TLC. While the kitchen might have retro appeal, it needs freshening up at the very least. Fireplaces might well be original to the house, perhaps even some light fittings. Book a viewing, you might find even more hidden away.
Another selling point here is space. The agent points out that the house ‘would benefit from a significant extension’ (subject to the relevant permissions), but this place already offers more than enough accommodation for the average family.
On the ground floor there is a reception room, two dining rooms and a kitchen with store room. Upstairs are four bedrooms and we would presume, a bathroom. Although oddly that isn’t listed on the breakdown. Another thing to check.
Gardens outside (which perhaps need a bit / a lot of work), as well as a garage.
Maybe some reconfiguring needed, perhaps an extension might work. But above all, this place needs someone who loves the style and the era to bring it back to life. If that happens to be you, then you will need to find something in the region of £1,799,950 to take this ‘project’ on.
Images and details courtesy of Camerons, Stiff and Co. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.