Once upon a time, it was the home of electrical engineer Anthony Greenhill and his audio and light experiments. Now, this 1930s Mollie Taylor-designed Kilowatt House art deco property in Bath, Somerset has been renovated and available as a family home.
Not just a classic modern(ist) British house, Vista Point in Angmering, West Sussex is still very much faithful to the original design.
It might not look much now, but the 1930s art deco Manor Road Garage, East Preston, West Sussex will soon be apartments, with reservations now being taken.
Hidden away in the Midlands is a grade II-listed midcentury property – this three-bedroom Frank Lloyd Wright-style property in Solihull, West Midlands.
It's a bizarre house, at least in terms of the interior and what we can see of the exterior. It was apparently built in the late 50s and has been listed due to its 'distinctive architectural style'. It's also only been up for sale once since being built. Until now that it.
All too often, we feature art deco houses on these pages that have been over-renovated, still with key period features, but without the character of the original properties. That's not the case with the Sunpark art deco house in Brixham, Devon.
It's a grade II-listed property, designed by Melville H Aubin in 1935 for the family that's actually selling it right now. But more than that, this property looks to be in its original condition, hardly updated since the day it was built.