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On the market: 1960s midcentury modern single-storey property in Ipswich, Suffolk

1960s midcentury modern single-storey property in Ipswich, Suffolk
1960s midcentury modern single-storey property in Ipswich, Suffolk

It might not look at its best from the initial outside shots, but this 1960s midcentury modern single-storey property in Ipswich, Suffolk, flagged up by , is a cool ’60s home waiting for some love and attention. More

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On the market: Candleriggs 1960s modernist property in Woodbridge, Suffolk

Candleriggs 1960s modernist property in Woodbridge, Suffolk
Candleriggs 1960s modernist property in Woodbridge, Suffolk

Two things are guaranteed to have alarm bells ringing here. Firstly, mention of planning permission in a listing and secondly, a lack of internal shots in favour of photos of the land. Both of those boxes are ticked on the listing for the Candleriggs 1960s modernist property in Woodbridge, Suffolk, which was spotted by Ros Conway. More

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On the market: 1960s Le Corbusier-designed apartment and studio space in Briey, north east France

1960s Le Corbusier-designed apartment and studio space in Briey, north east France
1960s Le Corbusier-designed apartment and studio space in Briey, north east France

I’m having to work with translated details here, as well as a fair limited listing. But from what I can gather, this is a 1960s Le Corbusier-designed apartment and studio space in Briey, north east France. More

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In need of renovation: Illetas 1960s modernist property in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland

Illetas 1960s modernist property in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland
Illetas 1960s modernist property in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland

Big thanks to on Twitter for pointing us in the direct of this Illetas 1960s modernist property in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, which certainly needs some work. More

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