Not just any old rental property, this is a 1930s Connell, Ward and Lucas-designed grade II-listed modernist house in Worcester Park, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey.
A team of architects that worked in the modern house market of the 1930s, Amyas Connell (the first of those names) was also responsible for one of the most famed modern houses in Britain prior to that – the High & Over house in Amersham, which was up for sale a couple of years back.
This one is far more modest, but its grade II listing shows how architecturally significant this place is. Not that the house is a relic of a bygone era, it’s also a very functional modern-day home, set in what’s described as the ‘ever popular residential area’ of Worcester Park. But one with influences from both modernism and the art deco movements.
It’s a private gated property, which is arranged over two levels and offers accommodation including four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a fully integrated kitchen with a separate utility room and two living areas, one with access out to a large private rear garden.
The property also has an extended summer house with Jacuzzi and decked area, should you fancy some summer entertaining. There is also parking for four cars and a 24-hour security system.
More images on the listing, with a price of £3,250 per month, should you want to rent it.