Grade I listed isn't given out lightly by English Heritage, so you can assume that this two bedroom flat within in the 1930s Berthold Lubetkin-designed Highpoint building in Highgate Village, London N6 is a significant place to live.
Lubetkin designed Highpoint in the 1930s, with the finished building described as the finest residential modernist structure in London. Not just a pretty face from the outside either, the place isn't bad when you get up close and inside either. Indeed, the building has a porter, lift access, well-kept communal gardens, residents' tennis courts and a heated outdoor swimming pool. There's also off-street parking for residents.
The apartment on offer here is at the front of the building. Accommodation measures approximately 843 sq ft and includes a large dual-aspect reception room, a kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms, a study and a bathroom. The interior has recently been refurbished – and to a high standard judging by the photos.
More detail and images on the agent's site. Offrs of around £575,000 are requested.
Find out more at the Modern House website