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On the market: 1960s Renton Welch-designed modernist mews house in London NW1

1960s Renton Welch-designed modernist mews house in London NW1
1960s Renton Welch-designed modernist mews house in London NW1

We are starting the week off with a lovely mix of the old and the new. Or this 1960s Renton Welch-designed modernist mews house in London NW1 if you prefer. Read more

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On the market: 1950s Erno Goldfinger-designed modernist apartment in Primrose Hill, London NW1

1950s Erno Goldfinger-designed modernist apartment in Primrose Hill, London NW1
1950s Erno Goldfinger-designed modernist apartment in Primrose Hill, London NW1

An interesting space, this 1950s Erno Goldfinger-designed apartment in Primrose Hill, London NW1 is now on the market and certain to appeal to fans of mid-20th century modernism. Read more

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On the market: Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1

Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1
Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1 Photo: Joas Souza

This is inspired by a classic. Any idea which one? Read on to find out more about the Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1. Oh yes, thanks to Christian for the tip off on this one. Read more

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Grand Designs for sale: Modernist property in London NW1

Six-bedroom contemporary modernist property in London NW1
Grand Designs: Six-bedroom contemporary modernist property in London NW1

You might recall this house from the Grand Designs series of 2013. It was billed as a million pound house back then, although this contemporary modernist property in London NW1 is on the market for much more now. Read more

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On the market: Grade II-listed five-bedroom Georgian almshouse in London NW1

Grade II-listed five-bedroom Georgian almshouse in London NW1
Grade II-listed five-bedroom Georgian almshouse in London NW1

We tend to feature a lot of modern and modernist houses on the site, but when we feature the odd period find, we’re always amazed at just how popular those are too. With that in mind, check out this five-bedroom Georgian almshouse in London NW1. Read more