This is something. I think it’s referred to as the international style, but we will go for a 1930s Connell, Ward and Lucas-designed modernist property in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. Just stunning.
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.
Fancy staying in a brutalist masterpiece? Well, now you can as a room in the Erno Goldfinger-designed Trellick Tower, London W10 is now available via Airbnb and cutely a lot cheaper than a London hotel.
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.
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.