One of London’s finest modernist buildings has a space right now, specifically a first floor apartment in the grade I-listed Berthold Lubetkin-designed Highpoint building in North Hill, London N6.
Designed and built in the 1930s by Berthold Lubetkin and Tecton, this iconic build has certainly stood the test of time well, looking every bit as ‘modern’ now as it did 80 years ago.
Of course, one of the attractions here (postcode and structure aside) is the lifestyle, with two acres of glorious communal gardens, tennis courts and a heated swimming pool. Though that does come at a price via an annual service charge (you might want to enquire about that). There’s also garage space available, but again, at an additional cost.
Once through the swish foyer and up a floor, you’ll find the available apartment, which is listed as being modernised, borne out by the photos here which show a retro-modern mix (if that makes sense). Layout-wise, you are looking at two double bedrooms, a bathroom, reception room, dining room and kitchen, as well as access to a basement storage area, communal central heating and hot water and additional off-steet parking subject to a permit.
If you fancy living here, the price is £650,000.