Not a complete renovation needed, some work has already been done on the property, but this 1930s art deco four-bedroomed house in New Malden, Surrey does offer something of a blank canvas.
It’s an interesting design, very much of the era and a detached house offering plenty of space too, as well as some original features, including some windows and doors, the original exterior, an oak-panelled hallway for example and a sun terrace from the main bedroom.
Aside from that, there are four double bedrooms, a 29ft lounge/diner, a kitchen, bathroom and that distinctive hallway, as well as an attached garage and off-street parking and an L-shaped westerly aspect rear garden.
As you can see from the images, the house is empty and part-renovated, so work in needed to complete the job – or put back the character inside, which is certainly lacking in parts.
That could make it an expensive purchase though, as the asking price for the property now is £800,000.