ON first glance it looks like a bog standard terraced home on a very normal street.
But step inside home in South Wales and you are in for a big surprise.
The owners have transformed this home which now boasts a roof terrace that looks out onto Neath RFC’s rugby pitch.
The owners of this home in Neath have thrown off the shackles of magnolia and busy wallpaper.
Instead Art Deco is a theme with a spacious kitchen that wouldn’t be out of place on a cool cookery show.
Hidden colour LEDs provide colours typical of the 1920s in the manner of the classic Miami sea-front home or even reminiscent of an American diner.
In the garden there is a central fountain plus climbing wall plants, adding an almost Mediterranean atmosphere.
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