We have featured a couple of these units before, but as they remain incredibly popular, we’re flagging up this newly-listed two bedroom apartment in the 1930s grade I-listed Berthold Lubetkin-designed Highpoint building, Highgate Village, London N6, spotted by @stefiorazi.
Designed back in the 1930s and still one of the finest residential modernist structures in the capital, it also comes with a lifestyle as well as being a place to eat, sleep and live.
The stunning building has its own porter and lift access as you might imagine, but also comes with access to the well-maintained communal gardens (two acres), the tennis courts on the site and a heated outdoor swimming pool. Perhaps as valuable, if more practical, is the off-street parking available to residents, plus the nearby Highgate station on the Northern Line. Basement storage too, should you have a lot of belongings to house.
The apartment available right now is on the second floor. It offers two double bedrooms, a bathroom, a 22ft+ reception room, a study (which could also be a third bedroom), a kitchen and utility room. There is communal central heating and water and for security, CCTV outside.
All of that for offers around £629,950.