A time warp house that has been lived in by the same family for more than a century has gone on sale for the first time since it was built for £550,000.
The retro two-bedroom property, located in the quaint market town of Haslemere, Surrey, features a 1970s-style green galley kitchen with cork flooring and a sitting room with a York-stone style fireplace.
Sitting just a stone’s throw away from the Haslemere Museum, the property, which has been left largely untouched for decades, is one of two houses built by Arthur Berry in the early 1900s prior to the First World War.
The house, which was built while King Edward VII was on the throne, is now being sold by Mr Berry’s three grandchildren, who were born in the Victorian-style house, following the death of their parents, Freda and Leslie.
The time warp house, located in the quaint market town of Haslemere, Surrey, has gone on sale for the first time since it was built for £550,000
A step inside the retro property reveals a spacious living room which comes with a York-stone style fireplace and windows
A kitchen inside the time warp property, located in Surrey, features a fitted sink, a radiator, a stove and fridge and tiled flooring
One of the bedrooms inside the property comes with wooden flooring and provides a view of the green space outside
Arranged over three levels, a step inside the house reveals a spacious sitting room with a York-stone style fireplace and windows that allow plenty of daylight to flood into the room.
The house also boasts a 1970s-style green galley kitchen with cork flooring that comes with a stove, a fitted sink and a radiator.
A step upstairs reveals a bedroom that is fitted with retro-style wallpaper and wooden flooring.
There is also a green bathroom suite, a further bathroom with a shower and two rooms on the lower ground floor.
The retro property also comes with a mature stepped garden that leads to a sprawling lawn surrounded by hedges and trees.
There is also a glass conservatory in the back garden to allow the lucky buyer to entertain guests during the summer months.
Peppe de Fazio, from Homes estate agency, said it was very rare for a property to come to the market for the first time in 100 years, even more so when it has remained in the same family throughout the entire period.
However, he believes the house will appeal to buyers looking for a project to undertake.
The house, which has remained with the same family for more than a century, also boasts a green bathroom suite and a further bathroom with a shower
The kitchen area also comes with a washing up machine, a window and ample storage space for household appliances
A step inside the dining room reveals a 1970s gas fire heater allowing the buyer to stay warm during the winter months and a seating area
Another bedroom inside the retro property comes with two radiators and two windows to allow plenty of daylight to flood through the room
The time warp house is one of two houses built by Arthur Berry in the early 1900s prior to the First World War
He said: ‘It occupies a really generous plot, which we believe could potentially allow for an additional dwelling, subject to the usual planning consents.
‘This is a sought-after location and, in this road, there are other residential properties that have been extended with loft extensions, so prospective buyers are able to get an idea of what is achievable.
‘We expect local house builders also to be looking at the site as a rare development opportunity.’
He said a modernised family home would be worth around £800,000 given the current demand locally and its location.
Haslemere is an old market town in Surrey within easy commuting distance of London and Guildford and rail links to London Waterloo and the south coast.
The closing date for new offers on the property is June 30.
The property also comes with a mature stepped garden that leads to a large lawn surrounded by hedges and trees
The property boasts hedges and trees (left) in the spacious garden outside and also comes with a green sprawling lawn (right)
Peppe de Fazio, from Homes estate agency, said it was very rare for a property, which is on sale until June 30, to come to the market for the first time in 100 years