Not quite original due to an extensive renovation a few years back, but much of this 1960s Rodney Gordon-designed Turnpoint modernist house in Walton-On-Thames, Surrey retains that original period feel.
If you happen to come into some money this week and fancy a new place to rest your head, this 1970s Royston Summers-designed modernist property on Lakeside Drive, Esher, Surrey could be just the thing.
Span Houses have been mentioned here in the past. it was a company that built housing estates in the UK between 1948 and 1984 with an eye on good design and good surroundings. This Eric Lyons-designed Span House on the Templemere, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey is a great example.
It might be out of reach financially for most of us, but this six-bedroomed house on Lakeside Drive, Esher, Surrey is well worth a look for its cool modernist architecture.
It was designed back in 1975 by renowned architect Royston Summers, not just in a sought-after location, but also built on the side of a lake, one of a group of 16 houses sharing this location. A location that's subject to preservation orders for both the lake and trees, as well as being a private road.
If you're after a retro pad with heritage, you might want to check out this Grade II listed 1950s modernist apartment in Langham House Close, Ham, Surrey.
It's a first floor two double bedroom apartment to the side of Ham Common, designed in the late 1950s by Sir James Stirling and James Gowan. It's been updated since then, but not hugely – so you can turn this into your very own modernist pad with just a few tweaks and well chosen pieces of furniture.