It was up for sale a couple of years back and whilst not cheap, this 1970s Peter Aldington and John Craig-designed modernist Wedgwood House in Higham, Suffolk is now on the market for a much lower price now than back then.
The house, which sits in five acres of land, was built in 1974, taking inspiration from the work of Mies van der Rohe. It's essentially a steel-framed glass box, with that glass giving you some great views of your surrounding land, not to mention bringing in plenty of natural light.
There's around 2,161 sq. ft. of living space, most of which is fairly flexible and with the added bonus of a full height basement. Which means your glass house doesn't need to be full of visible clutter. As a guide, there are three or four bedrooms, as well as reception space and what looks like an updated kitchen and bathroom. Outside is all that land, which includes an extensive selection of fruit trees, a vegetable garden, car parking, lawns and outbuildings.
As we said, cheaper than it was, but still bot cheap with an asking price of £1,500,000. You can see more images on the WowHaus site or you can contact the agent here.