Something a little different in the Suffolk countryside – this 1960s-designed modernist house in Rendham, near Saxmundham, Suffolk.
It's one of a group of similar 'temple' houses designed by John Penn, a modernist-influenced architect who worked with Richard Neutra. Indeed, this is the first of the raised, symmetrical houses from nine in total and widely considered the best. It's also still faithful to the original design, still being in the hands of the family that commissioned it back in 1965. Although, according to the seller, that also means 'extensive refurbishment' is required throughout.