Not exactly the must exciting interior we’ve had on these pages, but if you have ever fancied a three-bedroom apartment in the 1950s grade II-listed Highsett development in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, now is your chance.
Highsett is a development we have featured before, gated Grade II listed modernist scheme of properties including two and three storey houses and one quadrangle block of 37 apartments built during the late 1950s.
This one (number 9) is situated on the first floor, offering 1109 sq. ft. of accommodation which looks to have been heavily renovated in recent times. That’s mainly decor and fittings. After all, it’s listed and an apartment, there’s only so much you can do.
Currently, this apartment offers a refitted kitchen with fitted appliances, an open plan dining room, separate sitting room, three bedrooms (all with double wardrobes) and a refitted bathroom. It is also dual aspect, so plenty of natural light and views over the communal gardens. You also get a garage and access to parking within the grounds.
If you want to make it your next home, the asking price is £450,000.