Like many of these places, the interior has been converted to something approaching modern family home. But this 1930s four-bedroom art deco house in Handforth, Cheshire is still an imposing build.
No details on a specific year or architect, but we can presume the 1930s for this art deco gem, which, by and large has been treated well over the years externally, keeping the design that allows plenty of natural light to flood in.
It’s not been treated badly internally either. No major restructuring and the curved stairway is still present within. Yes, the house has been made into a modern family home, as you would expect. But it doesn’t look like it would be a big job to add some period character back in.
Described as being in ‘one of Handforth’s most desirable locations’, the accommodation within includes an entrance porch, entrance hallway with curving staircase, downstairs W.C., living room, dining room, open plan breakfast kitchen with dining area, utility room and a good size family/sitting room on the ground floor.
Go up the staircase to the first floor to find the landing, bedroom two with en-suite and walk in wardrobe, two further ‘well proportioned’ bedrooms and a modern family bathroom suite. To the second floor there is a master bedroom suite with Villeroy and Boch fitted bathroom, dressing area, and access to the decked roof terrace.
The property also offers ‘low maintenance gardens’ with decked patio areas to the rear. To the front there is a large driveway for off road parking for several vehicles.
If that appeals, the asking price is £550,000.