It definitely has the look. Sadly, this 1930s art deco property in Margate, Kent doesn’t have the period features. Thanks to Kim for flagging it up.
It was obviously renovated in the fairly recent past. The agent mentions a new roof back in 2012, so you would guess work around that date. We have no idea of the state of the place prior to renovation, but right now this is very much a typical modern-era home within.
But the house still has that wonderful exterior, as well as a large roof terrace with sea views. So the ‘wow’ factor is still here in some respects. It just needs some more period adding back in, either with some salvaged old pieces or some modern-era reproductions. There is plenty of the latter around these days.
The agent obviously agrees, adding that there is ‘scope for a buyer looking to put their own stamp on a property’.
Anyway, space is on its side, with an entrance hall with single glazed original windows, a dual aspect sitting room, al L-shaped lounge / diner, a utility, a ‘lean to’, WC and kitchen area on the ground floor.
Upstairs is the first bedroom with en-suite, a second bedroom, also with en-suite, two further bedrooms, a bathroom and WC.
Front and rear gardens outside, as well as a garage with up and over door, power and light.
If you fancy the move to Margate, this is up at £428,500.
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