If you happen to come into some money this week and fancy a new place to rest your head, this 1970s Royston Summers-designed modernist property on Lakeside Drive, Esher, Surrey could be just the thing.
It's a 1975 build, one of 16 built on a nine-acre site around a lake, with a good amount of the house still faithful to the original design. Not entirely – plenty of updates have been undertaken. But the feel is still very much the 1970s when you walk through the door and especially if you walk into the kitchen or up the staircase.
For your money, you get the largest plot on Lakeside Drive and some stunning lake views, along with a total floor area of over 4,000 sq ft over two floors, which includes five/six bedrooms, a large living room, a family room, a dining rom, kitchen/breakfast room, an entrance hall, two bathrooms, a dressing room and an attached double garage.