If you're after a retro pad with heritage, you might want to check out this Grade II listed 1950s modernist apartment in Langham House Close, Ham, Surrey.
It's a first floor two double bedroom apartment to the side of Ham Common, designed in the late 1950s by Sir James Stirling and James Gowan. It's been updated since then, but not hugely – so you can turn this into your very own modernist pad with just a few tweaks and well chosen pieces of furniture.
This distinctive design offers a lounge/dining room set round a central brick chimney breast with an open fireplace, while the windows of the living room offer up views across the surrounding grounds.
Other features include a gas central heating system with radiators plus underfloor heating to the lounge, dining and kitchen areas. There's also a bathroom with white suite and a Kitchen with integral hob and oven alongside those two double bedrooms.
If you want it, offers of around £259,950 are invited.
Find out more at the Mervyn Smith website