If you like your art deco, then you might appreciate this 1930s art deco semi-detached property in Epsom, Surrey.
Found in the Stoneleigh area, this period property certainly has kerb appeal, with the overall look largely unchanged over the decades. Not quite like that beyond the front door though.
Once inside you will find the odd period feature here and there, but overall this is a odder family home and a huge reworked at the rear to accommodate the modern-day family.
Obviously that might work for you if you are looking for a family-orientated place. But even if you are not, this house is still a well proportioned property with enough character to work with.
Talking of space, you get a kitchen / dining room, a living room, a conservatory (which doesn’t seem in keeping with the rest of the house) and a cloakroom to the ground floor.
Three ‘generous bedrooms’ are upstairs, along with a large family bathroom. From the outside it looks like there might be a roof terrace too, but that’s not mentioned in the particulars, s we have to presume the roof isn’t an option.
However, you do get a good-sized lawned garden at the rear, a garage and a front drive for your outside space.
More details on the agent’s site as well as details of the open day. The asking price is £625,000.
Images and details courtesy of Browns Residential. For more details and to make an offer, please visit their website.