Not every house we feature necessarily comes with a designer pedigree. This 1960s-designed five-bedroom house in West Byfleet, Surrey is just one of 11 similarly-styled houses on the same estate. But it's an incredibly distinctive house nonetheless.
The interior has been made to look very 'average' to be honest, but it's a design that should be very easy to change around and return to a '60s-style pad, if that's what you want. See the interior shots to see what we mean by that.
We do tend to feature a lot of houses with restrictively-high prices on here and while we're not claiming this Edward Schoolheifer-designed three-storey house in Manygate Lane, Shepperton, Surrey is cheap, it might well be a house that's affordable to some of you.
Designed by the Swiss architect Edward Schoolheifer for the Lyon Group in 1964, it's a three-storey, two-bedroom modern house that's located on the celebrated Manygate Lane estate in Shepperton. Interesting period architecture, but without the 'Lotto win' price tag.
Another Span house on the market, this time an Eric Lyons-designed property in Ashtead, Surrey.
Designed by architect Lyons for Span in the late 60s, it is a K-Type house, considered the best of the designs and like all Span properties, very much about space and light. That means a good amount of glass, open spaces and the blurring the edges between outside and indoor space, with communal areas that encourage residents to mix.