We do tend to feature a lot of houses with restrictively-high prices on here and while we're not claiming this Edward Schoolheifer-designed three-storey house in Manygate Lane, Shepperton, Surrey is cheap, it might well be a house that's affordable to some of you.
Designed by the Swiss architect Edward Schoolheifer for the Lyon Group in 1964, it's a three-storey, two-bedroom modern house that's located on the celebrated Manygate Lane estate in Shepperton. Interesting period architecture, but without the 'Lotto win' price tag.
It's in the middle of a row of similar houses arranged around a landscaped communal square, away from the road and with a number of improvements – a new bathroom, new boiler and restored hardwood parquet flooring. The garden has also been landscaped by the current owner.
In terms of specifics, you get a hall and kitchen on the ground floor, a first floor with living room and a bedroom, with the second floor offering a master bedroom and bathroom. There's also a car port, extra car parking and those communal gardens outside. There's also the option of a nearby allotment too.
If you fancy it, offers are invited around £269.000.
Find out more at the Modern House website