How does something with designer pedigree for under £150k grab you? Check out this 1960s Serge Binotto-designed circular property in Mirepoix, Ariege, south west France, which has the hand of Jean Prouve in it. A great potential holiday home.
This place is amazing. In fact, this 1950s Georges Lacaze-designed modernist property in Bergerac, Dordogne, France has everything from a bold design through to original features and an indoor pool with a 1950s mural. It doesn’t get more authentic than this. Read more
How does some iconic modernism grab you? If it does, one of the First Sun House in Amersham, Buckinghamshire is just on the market, looking every bit as cool as it did back in 1935.
How does the idea of a well-preserved 1960s house on the coat grab you? If it does, do check out this John Floydd-designed midcentury-style property in Sandgate, Kent, which is newly renovated and just on the market.
We featured one piece of 1950s modernist yesterday, now here’s another. This 1950s Ray Smith-designed modernist townhouse in London SE10 has an amazingly untouched midcentury modern interior. If you love the style, you will fall in love with this place.
An iconic name behind this of course, but the 1950s Erno Goldfinger-designed modernist apartment in Primrose Hill, London NW1 is also desirable because of its originality, its grade II-listing and the fact that apartments in this building rarely come up for sale. Very special.