Fancy a trip back to the ‘60s? You don’t need a time machine, you need this 1960s time capsule house in Southampton, Hampshire. Read more
Retro house for sale: 1960s modernist property in Grayshott, Hampshire
This is an interesting one. A 1960s modernist property in Grayshott, Hampshire that looks pretty much unchanged from the day it was built. The interior is all you could hope for and a dream renovation project.
For sale: 1960s Longfield house in Hill Head, Fareham, Hampshire
Built in the 1960s and on the market for the first time since the 1970s. Yes, this five bedroom Longfield house in Hill Head, Fareham, Hampshire has definite retro appeal.
For sale: 1960s Peter Charles-Greed-designed house in Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
I'm not sure it's all that from the outside, but inside, the 1960s is alive and well in this Peter Charles-Greed-designed house in Burley, New Forest, Hampshire.
Designed in 1968 by the architect for his own use, the house is located on a large, secluded site with a paddock in a peaceful part of the New Forest National Park. Inspired by Alvar Aalto and Frank Lloyd Wright, it's all about space inside, with large rooms and floor-to-ceiling windows. But best of all, the lavish interior from the 1960s is still pretty much in place – including lots of built-in marble and American walnut furniture and some great period light fittings. For lovers of the era, it's a dream.
For sale: 1960s-designed Moonacres at Beaulieu, Hampshire
For those of you who like distinctive 1960s modernist-inspired architecture, but also love modern-day home comforts, Moonacres at Beaulieu, Hampshire should fit the bill perfectly.
Moonacres is a large property on the renowned Beaulieu estate which was originally designed by the architect John Strubbe in the early 1960s. The exterior says as much, although the interior is very much in the modern era.
For sale: 1960s-designed modernist house in Bentworth, near Alton, Hampshire
Another midcentury modernist gem on the market, this interesting four-bedroom house in Bentworth, near Alton, Hampshire, the work of architects Gore, Gibberd and Saunders.
Highlighted by respected architectural historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner in his Buildings of England series as a good example of 1960s design, it has what's described as a 'dramatic' cantilevered roof and clerestory windows and has been sympathetically maintained by the current owner, who has also updated it for the modern era.