This is a period property, although this 1930s Adams Hill art deco house in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire does actually show evidence of numerous other periods within.
Sat within 1.25 acres of gardens and in ‘one of Nottingham’s most prestigious locations’, this place is certainly both substantial and eye-catching. That original art deco exterior still looking stunning today, even if the size and shape has changed over the years. We suspect the swimming pool wing was added at a later date, although it is still in keeping with the rest of the building.
Inside, there is plenty of space, but not exactly a consistency of style. You might peak a turquoise padded bar from (presumably) the 1970s, as well as a modern kitchen and some living rooms that seem more in keeping with the original design. All decoration though, shouldn’t be hard to put the period back in, if you want to do just that.
As for accommodation, you get a circular entrance porch and reception hall on the ground floor, leading to a cloakroom, store room, family room with wall panelling, a lobby, a games room overlooking that large swimming pool room, a WC, walk-in shower and sauna, a study with circular bay window overlooking the rear garden, a drawing room with cocktail bar with shelving, an inner hallway to a second staircase, a fitted breakfast kitchen, play room and a laundry/utility room. Yes, that’s just the ground floor!
Head upstairs (with views from a feature floor to ceiling window) and you’ll find a master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes, air conditioning, access doors to balcony and a substantial en-suite with steam shower, circular jacuzzi bath, twin wash hand basins, WC and bidet. There’s also a second bedroom with air conditioning, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room, a third bedroom with ‘Jack & Jill en-suite’, a fourth bedroom with en-suite and three more fitted bedrooms.
Outside are those previously-mentioned gardens, remote controlled wrought iron gates, a long driveway and a double garage. All of which is on the market for £1,375,000. More images and details on the agent’s site.