Another one-bed workers cottage has hit the market. The selling features were written as.... Nestled in a quiet street with parks, shops and transport nearby, this original single storey terrace represents a true entry level opportunity for first home buyers, and a well-located proposition for investors.
What are your views on it? Too much to take on? An ugly duckling?
Good news - SOLD for $746k.
I think with a bit of a spruse up it could look like this.
I would turn the front room into the living area, keeping it simple and clutter free, shown below.
For the bedroom, which they say is in the front room, it doesn't appear to have a wall to make it a room. I would move the bed to the second room, and close it up. But if that was a little costly, I would either add a curtain rail extending from the walls to close the room or change the style of bed to a 4 poster with curtains that can extend across, like the below.
The kitchen, tiny but function, might only need a colour hit, like black gloss.
For the bathroom, perhaps some new tap ware and paint would be sufficient.
And then for the courtyard, a new set of fresh plants, that could grow and cover the view of the back apartments.
All pinned here