The finish on the inside might not be to everyone’s taste, but there’s still a lot of potential (and space) in this five-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Middleton On Sea, West Sussex.
The house itself looks pretty original from the outside and to be fair, a lot of originality is still retained in the exterior. Once inside though, it’s a slightly different story.
Not one of the over-renovated deco houses we see, but the house has been updated over the decades. It is perhaps what you would expect of a house pushing 80 years old, but it certainly isn’t a lost cause. Most of it is the decor and finishes. With a knowledgeable and creative eye (plus some additional investment), you could put the period back into this place.
Location is on its side, with the house just a short walk from the sea. Space is also a big plus. Head in and you’ll find a first reception room with double doors to a second dual-aspect reception room and access to a rear hallway. There’s also a newly-fitted kitchen and what’s described as a ‘studio’ to the side of the property with its own private entrance as well as rear door to the garden.
On the first floor you’ll find access to the substantial roof terrace as well as a triple aspect master bedroom with balcony and en-suite. Bedrooms two and three have original fireplaces with a marble surround and hand wash basins, with bedrooms four and five making up the last of the bedrooms.
Outside space worth a mention too, with a drive and garage space at the front, plus a rear garden with heated outdoor sunken swimming pool and plant room.
£500,000 is the price.