Seeing a lot of new builds inspired by the art deco era of late, the latest of which is this art deco-inspired contemporary four-bedroom house in Hayling Island, Hampshire.
It’s a recent waterside build with all the latest amenities, but also a house with a foot (if a house has a foot) firmly in the 1930s when it comes to the look. There is also plenty of glazing that offers panoramic views over Langstone Harbour – location is certainly a selling point here.
It’s also finished to a high standard, right from the moment you walk in through curved oak front door and into a 22′ high reception hall with floor to ceiling windows. You’ll also noticed the white porcelain tiled floor and two tier ‘modernist inspired’ oak staircase when you enter, giving something of a grand feel.
Other notable features include a retractable pocket door screen system, if you want divisions to the open-plan layout, an integrated home entertainment system throughout, underfloor heating, a high-spec kitchen with every appliance you can think of, a utility room with ‘special dog wet room facilities’, custom bookcases for the study and direct access from the house to the integral garage with remote controlled roller doors. This is very modern (even luxurious) living, which contrast the period look of the exterior.
In terms of space, the house offers a22′ high reception hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, cloakroom, utility room with this dog wash facilities plus four bedroom suites, one with a bathroom en-suite and three with shower en-suites.
There’s also a first floor balcony for the principal suites, harbour views for three of the bedrooms, the double garage, landscaped garden with direct harbour frontage and a shingled driveway for extra parking.
You’ll need some money to secure it though. Somewhere around the £1,750,000 mark.