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On the market: 1970s Neave Brown-designed brutalist duplex apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8

1970s Neave Brown-designed brutalist duplex apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8
1970s Neave Brown-designed brutalist duplex apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8

These places are incredibly popular when they featured on the site. But as ever, there is a downside to buying something like this 1970s Neave Brown-designed apartment in the brutalist Rowley Way development, London NW8. Read more

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On the market: Five-bedroom modernist property in Wallside on the Barbican Estate, London EC2

Five-bedroom modernist property in Wallside on the Barbican Estate, London EC2
Five-bedroom modernist property in Wallside on the Barbican Estate, London EC2

A rare type of build in a sought after location. This five-bedroom modernist property in Wallside on the Barbican Estate, London EC2. Read more

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Bond classic for sale: 1960s John Lautner-designed Elrod House in Palm Springs, California, USA

Bond classic for sale: 1960s John Lautner-designed Elrod House in Palm Springs, California, USA
Bond classic for sale: 1960s John Lautner-designed Elrod House in Palm Springs, California, USA

Now this really is something special. Remember the James Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever? If you do, you’ll no doubt remember Willard Whyte’s mansion appearing in it. Of course, that was fiction, but the house certainly wasnn’t. That house was the 1960s John Lautner-designed Elrod House in Palm Springs, California, USA, which has just gone up for sale. Read more

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Final 10 apartments now for sale in the 1960s grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield

Final 10 apartments now for sale in the 1960s grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield
Final 10 apartments now for sale in the 1960s grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield

They actually went on sale back in 2011, but if you have pushed back the decision to buy something in the 1960s grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield, you might want to make up your mind fast. Read more