This really does need some work. But as you can see, this 1930s art deco property in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland used to be something rather special.
We have been in touch with the seller regarding this one, who tells us that it really does need work. The inside has been stripped out and with the exception of the parquet flooring, no original features remain.
Then there’s the small issue of that ‘cladding’. I know, that’s a bad one and not down to the current owner. But it could be removed and the house re-rendered. Do that, treat the inside like a blank canvas and you could have something special.
Which is why we are showing an original photo. The windows have changed and that cladding dominates. But the house overall looks to have kept its shape.
It also has a good amount of space. The property is currently made up of a living room with dining area, conservatory, kitchen and family room on the ground floor, while upstairs you will find two bedrooms, a bathroom and a study. Up a further floor is a fourth bedroom with access to its terrace. Some great views from this place over the nearby golf course to the rear and Belfast Lough, Irish Sea and Antrim coastline to the front.
Outside is a front garden with trees and shrubs, a driveway with parking and to the rear, another garden area with potential for direct access to the golf course.
Yes, there will be a touch of the ‘Grand Designs’ needed to bring it back to its best, but with an asking price of £184,950, there might be room in the budget to do it.
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