A nice and substantial period property has just landed on the market, this five-bedroom 1930s art deco house in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
It dates from 1936 and according to the agent (and looking at the photos), it has retained many original art deco features/ Although as you may have noticed from the interior shots, it has been maintained over the years too. Although the look inside might not be to everyone’s tastes right now.
The accommodation is described as ‘spacious’ and includes an entrance vestibule, reception hall, guest cloakroom, drawing room and snug with open fires and a ‘secret’ bar area, along with a dining room, morning room, fitted kitchen, utility room, rear lobby with pantry and wine store.
Head upstairs and you will find the master bedroom suite with dressing area and fitted wardrobes, four further double bedrooms and two house bathrooms.
Outside there is a private sweeping driveway leading to two garages, plus mature, lawned gardens, a patio area, a summer house, fruit and vegetable plots, two large greenhouses, a boiler room with gardeners WC, and an air raid shelter and backing onto a golf course.
If you want to live here, the price is £975,000. More images on the agent’s listing.