Looking for an untouched period property for a bidet price? We have just the thing, this 1930s two-bedroom detached art deco property in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, which was spotted by Bryden Rimmer.
It’s a fascinating place, described (quite rightly) by the agent as a ‘superb renovation opportunity’ and with bags of period features, such as the windows, the fireplaces and the original parquet flooring. There’s likely to be plenty more lurking away from the camera too.
But work is needed. It looks like this place has hardly been touched in decades and as such. it’s probably going to need more than just some wallpaper and a bit of paint. But it looks well worth the effort.
As for space, the entrance hall is your first port of call, which has a guest WC and access to the lounge with dual-aspect windows and French doors. Also on this floor is a dual aspect dining room, the kitchen, a pantry, a porch / utility and access to a workshop, which could be converted to another room. The first floor has the master bedroom (dual aspect), a second bedroom (also dual aspect) and the bathroom.
Outside you have probably noticed the lower brick garage (built into the front garden), with the house also offering a rockery-style front garden area and extensive back gardens judging by the photos.
All of that for offers over £150,000.