This is a gem. Even better, this 1930s Douglas Niel Martin-Kaye-designed art deco property in Westcliff-On-Sea, Essex is just on the market.
This is a grade II-listed property dating to around 1934 and in remarkably good condition too.
That’s obviously down to some renovation work, but unlike some we have see, this one really has taken into account the need to keep some originality in the mix.
The agent says this one has been ‘tastefully and sympathetically’ restored by the current owners, adding that the place still has its original fireplaces in place, as well as all galvanised Crittall windows and from what we can see, plenty of original woodwork too.
Saying that, the new owners obviously weren’t afraid to add something of the modern era too, creating a mix of the old and the new that actually works. Yes, you get the period detail such as vintage lights and that wonderful staircase, but you also get a modern kitchen and bathroom too. Job done.
Head through the secure electric gates and enter the house and you’ll be greeted by an entrance hall / dining room, the lounge, the family room and that modern kitchen with all the appliances.
Head past the first floor landing with feature triangular window and you get to the upstairs space of five bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Outside you’ll find what are described as ‘superbly maintained gardens’, which are mainly lawn with stone resin areas for entertaining or off-street parking.
If you want to move in, the guide price is £650,000.
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