Not the biggest place on the market, but if you travel relatively light, you might be interested in this first floor studio apartment in Cullum Welch House in the 1950s grade II-listed Golden Lane Estate, London EC1.
As you probably know from the other Golden Lane Estate apartments http://www.wowhaus.co.uk/tag/golden-lane-estate/ we have featured, this is part of a modernist estate designed by Chamberlin, Powell & Bon (who were also behind the Barbican Estate) designed to offer living space on area devasted from the wartime blitz.
Cullum Welch House was one of the later sections to be finished, with the accommodation relatively small. On the plus side, this particular property has plenty of original features to add to the appeal.
As we said, a first floor studio apartment with a modern bathroom suite, a kitchen that has been adapted to retain the original cabinets and taps, plus window overlooking the tennis courts, along with a studio room with a fitted double-wall bed and wardrobe, ample storage, woodblock flooring and original floor tiles and a floor to ceiling window overlooking the courtyard. You also get access to the recently refurbished Leisure Centre and swimming pool.
£325,000 is the price of this place.