Art deco on the cheap? If you fancy the area, you might want to check out this three-bedroom 1930s art deco house in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
The house, which dates to 1935, apparently sits in the right end of town (aka ‘sought after’ area). So if you are house hunting in this part of Yorkshire, that is certainly on its side.
But the house too is on its side. Admittedly, it is in need of some work. But we like that about it. You can imagine that a lick of paint and some work in the interior could really transform this place – and for a modest outlay too.
A decent amount of space too. That includes an entrance hall with frosted window to the front and understairs storage, which takes you to a breakfast kitchen with pantry and access to the back, a lounge with four sets of windows, an archway to the dining room with double doors to the rear, a first floor landing with loft access, a sunroom with doors to balcony, three bedrooms (some with fitted furniture) and the house bathroom.
Outside, there is a ‘good size’ garden front and rear, with a driveway for off-road parking and a garage. Not the most stunning deco house you’ll see, but good value at £250,000 and one that could have value added, you would guess.