If you like your art deco mixed with a touch of modern, you might be the ideal customer for this five-bedroomed 1930s art deco property in Bexleyheath, Kent.
Designed by an unnamed Indian architect in the 1930s, the house has undergone extensive modernisation in the last couple of years, although it has been kind to the original design. Expect porcelain flooring, oak doors, high quality bathroom fittings, LED lighting and a very modern kitchen, but with the shape very much respected and neat touches like vintage radiators installed, it’s still an art deco home at its heart.
In terms of room breakdown, there’s an entrance hall, ground floor toilet, dining room, lounge, breakfast room, those five bedrooms (including an observatory bedroom with roof terrace access), bathroom, second toilet, the roof terrace and an en-suite bathroom. If that’s not enough, there’s also a huge art deco-style garage with electric shutters and plenty of windows, plus views across a nearby lake.
Not the cheapest house on the market at £950,000, but it was never going to be anything less with all that work.