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Art Deco home with original details and a turret can be yours for $1.2M

It’s a gorgeous fixer-upper

Interior shot of first floor common room looking into sitting room with green tiled fireplace, wood herringbone floors, white walls, and windows.
The home was built in the 1930s and extended in 1979.
Photos via The Modern House

For those with a fondness for Art Deco architecture (raises hand) and a penchant for fixing-up, this gorgeous 1930s property in the Knighton Close neighborhood of London is sure to set your heart aflutter. Designed by Clifford Herbert Lindsey-Smith, the 2,335-square-foot home boasts five bedrooms and an abundance of original period details that more than make up for the fact that the house needs a healthy dose of TLC.

Extended in 1979, the home features an expansive open-plan first floor with high ceilings, oak parquet flooring, a gorgeous tiled fireplace, and distinctive light fixtures, while sliding glass doors allow natural light to flood the space. A spacious kitchen with marble counters, tiled floors, an Aga stove, and wooden cabinetry is also found on this level.

An exquisite wooden staircase winds up a geometric turret leading to the second floor, where three of the five bedrooms include handsome built-in wardrobes, and an updated bathroom resides. Other amenities include a large, private garden and off-street parking. It’s yours for £999,999, or around $1,216,000, through The Modern House.

Via: WowHaus, The Modern House