If a building is Grade I listed by English Heritage, I think it’s fair to say that it’s am important building. Making this two bedroom flat within in the 1930s Berthold Lubetkin-designed Highpoint building in Highgate Village, London N6 an equally important dwelling.
Lubetkin designed Highpoint in the 1930s, with the finished building described as the finest residential modernist structure in London. Just one look at the picture above should you tell you that.
Not just a pretty face from the outside, the place isn’t bad when you get up close and inside either. The well-maintained building has a porter, lift access, well-kept communal gardens, residents’ tennis courts and a heated outdoor swimming pool. There’s also off-street parking for residents.
The apartment on offer here is at the front of the building. Accommodation measures approximately 843 sq ft and includes a large dual-aspect reception room, a kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms, a study and a bathroom. The interior has recently been refurbished – and to a high standard judging by the photos.
More images on the agent’s site and if you want it, you’ll be looking at a price of around £575,000.
Update: If you prefer renting, we’ve just spotted a three bedroom Highpoint apartment for rental too. You can find all the details of that here.