Featured something similar back in 2014. I suspect this 1930s art deco house in Southgate, London N14 is on the same street.
Or at the very least, in the same area, which is the popular Minchenden Estate conservation area. It has a similar look in terms of the architecture and a name like that last one. Previously we saw ‘Lagoona’ whereas the one here is Solsana.
Like that last one, the frontage/architecture is the selling point here. This is the kind of art deco design that always proves popular when I feature it. But it also has something else in common. A complete restoration.
The previous house had a little more authenticity in terms of the art deco design whereas this one, which is still a striking house, looks to have been modernised further. No Crittall windows here sadly and the garage has been converted.
But the house itself remains intact and still boasts the roof terrace, which offers some great views across to the London skyline.
Once inside you can see just how ‘modern’ this one is. It isn’t one of those houses that has gone for the glossy finish throughout. If anything, this is fairly subdued. But it is more contemporary than you might think from the outside.
As for that space, the ground floor accommodation is made up of a hall leading to a dual-aspect lounge, dining room and a breakfast room. The curved kitchen is fitted out with all the modern details you would expect and looks onto the rear garden.
A door off the kitchen leads to the utility room and has direct access to the side passage. Finally, there is also a games room, which might well have been converted from the original garage looking at the floorplan.
The first floor has the master bedroom with an en-suite, and three further double bedrooms, along with a family bathroom with separate WC. A further staircase leads to a roof terrace and those amazing views.
A good-sized rear garden as well, which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio and garden shed. At the front is a driveway with off-street parking.
It doesn’t come cheap, with an asking price of £1,200,000.
Images and details courtesy of Statons. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.
Thanks to Mary for the tip-off.