Affordable modernism with the benefit of open communal spaces, the Span House is always popular. This 1960s Span House on the Punch Croft Estate, New Ash Green, Kent comes with the added bonus of originality, with little changed through the years.
How does the idea of some brutalist architecture grab you for a holiday? If it does, check out this 1970s Julian Lampens-designed property in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, which is available to give via Airbnb.
If you this 1980s modernist property in Pulborough, West Sussex is striking from the outside, then you should see the interior. Angles, a wood and brick finish as well as a spiral staircase. Very cool.
It is grade II-listed and pretty much untouched since the day it was built. In other words, this 1970s Cambridge Design Group-designed property in Histon, near Cambridge could be your dream retro home.
A grade II-listed house, this 1960s John Parkinson Whittle-designed modernist property in Didsbury, Greater Manchester is pretty much untouched from the day it was built for the architect himself back in the early part of that decade. An amazing place to live if you have the money to buy it.
If you want well-preserved midcentury modern, do check out this 1950s Kemper Nomland-designed property in Altadena, California, USA, which has been in the same family since construction. As you can imagine, it is packed full of period detailing.