For sale: 1970s Peter Tabori-designed modernist maisonette in Highgate New Town, London
Once upon a time (at least, in some areas), social housing was a way for architects to express themselves. Which is how this 1970s Peter Tabori-designed modernist maisonette in Highgate New Town, London came into being.
This one has been renovated to offer up a blank canvas and flexible space. But essentially, you get a 37 ft kitchen/reception room opening onto a south facing patio, two double bedrooms (both opening onto a private garden), a further bedroom/study, a family bathroom and a utility room. There's also 'ample storage' too and a garden that might need a bit of work.
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