If you like the idea of '30s living, this four-bedroom 1930s art deco house in Southgate, London N14 could be worth a look, if your budget stretches to it.
A modern family home, that's for sure, but with plenty of original appeal too – it has been used in both ITV and BBC TV productions in the past. Those features include the original exterior, a flat (sun)roof, an interesting staircase, the Crittall windows and some nice bathroom fittings and tiling.
As for the space available, walk in via the glazed door with ironwork and into the hallway and you'll find a Red Oak wood floor and stairs with art deco style balustrade, along with a cloakroom with original half height tiling and patterned glass window. That takes you to the through lounge, which connects to the study and the kitchen.
The first floor landing has a curved window and access to the roof terrace, as well as bedroom one with its curved window, bedroom two overlooking the rear garden, a dual-aspect bedroom three and a fourth bedroom, which again overlooks the back garden. The bathroom has the original Vitrolite tiled surround bath with deco style mixer tap and shower over.
Outside, gardens are front back, with an integrated garage to the front.If you want it, this art deco place is available for offers in excess of £670,000.