I’m never quite sure if these are art deco or ’30s modernist. But for now, I’ll go with this being a grade II-listed 1930s four-bedroom art deco property in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2.
It is one of a group of houses on a sought-after cul-de-sac, all dating from around 1935 and all with grade II listing status due to their architectural importance. In fact, they were designed by the architect G.G. Winbourne and built by W.L.M. Estates.
Originality obviously will vary from house to house, with this one looking to offer plenty of period from the outside, but very much the clean ands contemporary modern home from the inside. That’s likely to be a plus or a minus depending on what you’re looking for, I suspect. We quite like the way it marries the past and the present.
Inside that bright interior (the house was designed to capture as much light as possible), you’ll find a good deal of space, specifically four bedrooms (on with en-suite), three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, family bathroom, cloakroom, utility room, a ‘rooftop conservatory style study’, a roof terrace and a large rear garden.
As you might have guessed, postcode and stylish house combine to create the inevitably high price tag. Offers of around £1,495,000 if you want it.