Good things can come in small packages. Like this lovely studio apartment in Cullum Welch House on the grade II-listed Golden Lane Estate, London EC1.
You probably know that the Golden Lane Estate was and is a post-war modernist building project, designed by Chamberlin, Powell & Bon as a response to the need for housing in an area devastated by wartime bombing.
Cullum Welch House was one of the last sections to be built, offering fairly compact living space, but with a design and layout that has stood the test of time. These are desirable living spaces.
This south-facing studio (on the first floor) comes with the added appeal of original features, including a full length window with the original flower window boxes at the front of the apartment. It’s obviously very well maintained too – and unquestionably a stylish place to spend time.
When you get bored of the inside, there’s always the outside space, including a public leisure sports centre which includes a swimming pool and tennis courts. Or jump on the Tube – Barbican station is just a couple of minutes away.
If you see yourself here, the asking price is £380,000.