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The week at WowHaus: More retro houses you just might have missed

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More retro properties have been found and featured on the WowHaus site this week. If you want to see the pick of them, do read on.

Five-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Harrogate, North Yorkshire (pictured above)

An art deco pile in the rather stylish location of Harrogate, complete with many period features, not to mention lots of space.

You even get an air raid shelter in the garden, should one ever be required.

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1960s Mary Christian Hamp-designed five-bedroom property in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

One of a number modernist houses in the conservation area of Hampden Hill, this one is set in half an acre of land, this one has large floor to ceiling windows, double height ceilings and plenty of retro cool. Just unpack and you're ready to go.

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1970s Jacques Dolivet-designed six-bedroom Adainville, Yvelines, central France

Hopping over the Channel and just outside Paris, you'll find this 1970s property, which is in need of some updating, but retains its original and distinctive shape, throwing in 'absolute calm' as a nice bonus.

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Two-bedroom modernist apartment in the grade II-listed Langham House Close, Ham, Richmond, Surrey

If you fancy some period living without breaking the bank, this modernist apartment could be for you. It needs work, but this 1950s design has great windows, the original wood floors and a good amount of light and space.

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1960s midcentury-modern property in Encino, Los Angeles. California, USA

This really is the dream. It's the house you imagine when you think of midcentury modern in the US. The open plan living, the space, the pool, the  views and the sunshine. It's also on the market, if you fancy the move over the Atlantic.

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