A house that doesn't look to have changed over the past 80 or so years. That's perhaps why the Obertal B-listed 1930s art deco house in Leven, Fife, Scotland is B-listed.
That listing seems to be the equivalent to a grade II-listing, perhaps down to that unspoilt condition and all those original features, like the bathroom, the hallway, the windows, the original mantelpieces and the sun room with 360-degree views.
In terms of accommodation, the solid panelled double door opens onto a secondary inner glass panelled door, leading to an entrance hall, then a dual aspect sitting room with the original art deco mantlepiece, a dual aspect dining room with French doors and art deco mantelpiece) plus a dual aspect breakfasting kitchen.
Go upstairs and you'll find a first bedroom with views over the nearby gold course, the Firth of Forth and beyond, plus a second bedroom overlooking the back garden, a third bedroom bedroom with coastal views and that period art deco bathroom. Another staircase takes you to the sun room with direct access to the flat roof. You'll also find a lawned front garden, an extended garage and a rear garden outside.
All of that is yours for £250,000.