Not the first time we have featured a place here, but this two-bedroom apartment in the Berthold Lubetkin-designed grade I-listed Highpoint building in London N6 does give us another opportunity to look at an architectural icon.
It is just that, one of the most significant 1930s modernist constructions in London and one that hasn’t been been unduly tweaked over the passing decades. Of course, each flat / apartment will differ in finish, but the overall look and feel is pretty constant and the communal space is stunning.
On offer here is a two-bedroom flat is situated on the ground floor of the Highpoint I building, at the rear of the building overlooking the communal gardens. There are, of course, two blocks, both of which have a grade I listing by English Heritage.
Space is fairly modest, but in this case certainly well maintained, with a reception room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. There seems to be a cloakroom near the entrance area too. All of that covers around 681 sq. ft.
In addition to the living space (and presumably for a service charge) you get access to the 24-hour porter, a lift, those wonderful communal gardens, residents’ tennis courts and a heated outdoor swimming pool. Off-street parking too, but not your own personal space – it’s very much a first come, first served thing.
Sought after apartments in a desirable area, this ones comes with an asking price of £725,000.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more information and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.