We had to do a double take on this as we featured a similar one not to long ago. But fear not, this grade II-listed 1930s five-bedroom art deco property in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2 is a new listing.
But is is another of those art deco properties in the sought-after Lytton Close, designed by the architect G.G. Winbourne and built by W.L.M. Estates around 1935.
This one has certainly been modernised/renovated (take your pick), with the likes of the kitchen and bathroom what you would expect from a contemporary home. But the person behind it has taken care to keep the frame and general character of this place intact, including the balconies, windows and doors. Perhaps that’s down to the grade II status.
The layout offers four good-sized bedrooms (plus one further bedroom which could be used as a study), three reception rooms, kitchen, two bathrooms, a sun room/study on the top floor and via that, a large roof garden/terrace covered with artificial grass, including a ‘relaxation area and practice putting green’.
The house also offers a large driveway with off street parking for four cars and some ‘mature’ garden.
If that appeals as your next home, the asking price is £1,495,000, much of which is down to the postcode we suspect.