We featured one of these late last year, one that needed some updating. Not so this four-bedroom duplex apartment in the 1930s Berthold Lubetkin-designed Highpoint II building in North Hill, London N6.
As fans of the grade I-listed building will know, this was designed in the 1930s by Berthold Lubetkin, with Highpoint II built slightly later (in 1938) and containing 12 higher-end duplexes with much more space than the apartments in Highpoint I.
You’ll find this apartment on the first and second floor of the building, offering four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double-sized reception room, dining room, study, modern fitted kitchen and guest cloakroom. Of course, you also get 24-hour porterage services too, along with access to those lovely communal gardens, the heated swimming pool and the tennis court. A garage is also available separately.
It’s the modernist dream, but it comes at a price. To live here, you are looking a price of around £1,675,000.