I've got this dream that one day, when I have some more money to my name, I'll go house hunting and find a house with an interior straight out of Terence Conran's The House book ('70s version) – just stuck in time, with all the furnishings of the era intact. I might have found that house online, with this 1970-designed four-floor house in Antrim Grove, Belsize Park, London
From the outside, you can tell it's a bit quirky and very much of its era, the kind of place you'd imagine featuring in a 70s cult TV series. Inside, it's even more so, with some great examples of period furnishings.
Those four floors contain four bedrooms, two bathrooms (and a further toilet), a reception, family room, kitchen plus a private garage and garden. But check out the interior shots – I don't think it's someone going for 'retro', I suspect it's all original fittings, right down to the wooden floors and ceilings.
But there's one problem. The price. A sought=after location means it's very high, £1,695,000 high. I hope for that they're throwing in all those furnishings.