I know, some people will take issue about a modern kitchen in a period property. But perhaps the owners of this four-bedroom 1920s art deco semi-detached property in Tulse Hill, London SW2 want it that way.
Perhaps you will too. Regardless of that potential issue, this stylish property dates back to 1928, offering quite a lot of space too. That’s down as 2,100 sq. ft. along with a decent-sized back garden plus space at the front too.
The structure of the house looks very faithful to the original design, with the Crittall windows still present too. Inside, you’ll find what looks like original parquet flooring and overall, a very neutral finish. As I hinted at before, the one bone of contention is likely to be the kitchen area, which has been opened out and updated for the modern era. I personally don’t mind it, but purists of the art deco style might have an issue.
As for the rest of the space, that’s down as including an entrance hall with cloakroom, front reception room, a connecting dining room and an open kitchen area off that. Upstairs, you’ll find four bedrooms and two bathrooms. As we mentioned, a good amount of garden, as well as a parking area and garage too.
Doesn’t come cheap though, with an asking price of £1,100,000.