I wasn’t sure whether to drop this into the renovations section. It certainly needs some work, but the shell of this three-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Gloucester, Gloucestershire is a great starting point.
You can probably start by getting rid of the green exterior, which would make a massive difference. On too of that, the interior is dated and a few more authentic touches (like the windows) wouldn’t go amiss.
But much of the work (perhaps outside of the windows) is cosmetic, with the house looking pretty well maintained over the years. It also sits in a good-sized plot with gardens front and back, along with a carport and garage.
As for the house, that offers three bedrooms, a bathroom, separate WC, a large sitting room, a dining room, kitchen, cloakroom and a decent-sized hall and landing.
On the face of it, not a bad price either, with a guide price of £225,000.
Find out more at the Farr and Farr website