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.
Not only do you get a period build, but this four-bedroom 1960s modernist house in the Courtyards development, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire also comes with its own retro finish.
Not just a significant post-war British design, this 1960s Trevor Dannatt-designed Laslett House in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire is in amazing original condition.
Plenty of new-build flats on the market, but none are a patch in this 1950s grade II-listed Highsett apartment in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
This is one of 37 apartments that were built in the late 1950s, getting grade II status back in 1998. It's modernism of the era and still incredibly stylish and practical today. It's also quite conveniently located too, within walking distance of the city centre and the train station. That's if you need to be in Cambridge obviously.
The world of vintage cycling seems to be a rapidly growing one right now, with Cambridge-based Beg Bicycles being the latest to enter the fray.
The company claims to mix retro charm with the latest modern components – chrome handlebars, a posture-perfect steel frame, classic Brooks leather saddle, leather handle grips and a retro colour palette (Persephone Pink, Toad Grey and Flirty 30s Green) mix it with high quality bicycle components for the integrated hub gears and roller brakes, with a built-in hub-powered dynamo light system topping things off.
It's not often that a hot item in magazines like Italian Vogue ticks all the boxes for Retro To Go as well, but that's most certainly the case with these Cambridge Satchels. The company's new bag ranges are set to become something of a cult favourite, and with looks and craftsmanship like these it's easy to see why.
Made in a variety of sizes and colours, each satchel uses thick, great quality leather to make bags every bit as sturdy as the classroom classics of old. Shown above are a classic brown 14" version and the quirkier red 11" – ideal for men or women, these are an investment well worth making.
Now available online from Bohemia, they retail from £75 (decidedly cheaper than the £88 Urban Outfitters are asking).