We actually featured one of these in renovated condition last year, but this 1960s Norman Starrett-designed townhouse in Chislehurst, Kent is very much as it was originally. In fact, it looks hardly touched.
Built around 30 years ago, this four-bedroomed modernist-style property in Chislehurst, Kent is still a very distinctive design.
Tucked away just outside Folkestone, you'll find a real 1960s period piece. And what's more, Scan House in Radnor Cliff, Sandgate, Kent is on the market right now.
We've not done one of these for a long time, perhaps because we stopped asking you to send in your Retro Rooms. Do feel free to send us snaps if your retro-inspired rooms or houses (and some details about them), just like Zoe Worsley in Beckenham.
If you like your art deco mixed with a touch of modern, you might be the ideal customer for this five-bedroomed 1930s art deco property in Bexleyheath, Kent.
Designed by an unnamed Indian architect in the 1930s, the house has undergone extensive modernisation in the last couple of years, although it has been kind to the original design. Expect porcelain flooring, oak doors, high quality bathroom fittings, LED lighting and a very modern kitchen, but with the shape very much respected and neat touches like vintage radiators installed, it’s still an art deco home at its heart.
We usually feature huge art deco, midcentury or modernist architectural masterpieces on these pages, great to look at, but pretty much always unaffordable to all of us. Well, here is a semi-detached house that's firmly in the 'affordable' bracket for more of us – but it's also an Erno Goldfinger-designed Wellesley House property in Broadstairs, Kent.
In truth, the designer and the history of the house are actually more interesting than the property, but just think…you can tell the world your home was designed by a modernist legend. How cool would that be?