If you happen to be on the look out for an art deco property in mid-Wales, we have one for you, this six-bedroomed Nantmelyn art deco house in Llangawsai, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales.
According to the seller, the house was built in 1932, the work of local Architect G.T. Bassett, but part of the place isn’t original – an extension was added in recent years, although you can’t obviously tell where it starts and ends. It’s certainly ‘in keeping’.
Downside? Well, we would have hoped for more period features inside, but it’s very much the modern family home when you look round. Not even original windows – modern upvc unfortunately. Although there is some oak block flooring to compensate slightly, as well as the odd fireplace. It’s another of these best of both worlds if you like your home comforts. If you want a property with character, it’s probably not for you.
If you are interested, you’ll want to know about space. Plenty of that with the extension, with a ground floor offering a study/family room, dining room, lounge, breakfast room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. Upstairs, you’ll find those six bedrooms (the master with an en-suite), along with a bathroom and shower room. Outside, there’s a double garage and some landscaped gardens.
See the brochure on the site for more detail of what each room offers. If you fancy it, offers of around £450,000 are being looked for.
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