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For sale: 1960s modernist-inspired house in Highgate Village, London


Built in the 1960s for the architects’ own occupation, this modernist-inspired house by Stirling and Margaret Craig in Highgate Village, London is unchanged from he day it was built.

It features 4/5 bedrooms, along with reception rooms, a kitchen, dining room, utility room, two bathrooms and a garage, not to mention the original underfloor heating and metal-framed windows and a 60ft garden overlooked by a glass-dominated rear of house.

If you’re a fan of modernist architecture, check out the images and details on the seller’s website. But before you contact the mortgage advisor, be warned – the price is around £2,350,000.

Find out more at the Modern House website

One thought on “For sale: 1960s modernist-inspired house in Highgate Village, London

  1. Dear Sir/Madam,
    I am an architecture student and i am trying to find more information on this house. Can you please point me in the right direction? Thank you very much.

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