Fancy living the 1960s dream? Check out this apartment in the Richard Seifert-designed Bedford Towers in Brighton, East Sussex, which is just up for sale. Read more
It's certainly not for everyone, but if you love Erno Goldfinger’s brutalist dream, you can buy a one-bedroom flat in Trellick Tower in Golborne Road, London W10.
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.
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Fancy living out a 1930s fantasy? You can if you buy this two-bedroom flat in the 1930s art deco Ravelston Garden building in Ravelston, Edinburgh.
It's an apartment in one of the three blocks built back in 1935, the work of Andrew Neil and Robert Hurd and originally known as the Jenners flats. Each one is a category A listed building, designated by Historic Scotland for 'national or international importance'.
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.