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Posh apartment in a London Brutalist icon asks $1.2M

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Location: London, England

Price: £950,000 or approximately $1,181,000

Here’s your chance to live in the heritage-listed, Brutalist residential complex known as the Barbican Estate in London by architects Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. Located within the 1969-built Brandon Mews terrace, the one-bedroom, split-level duplex boasts one of its iconic U-shaped windows, which provides views of the water and the Barbican Centre beyond it. It also features incredible original details in the kitchen, curved bathroom, and throughout the home. A beautiful, open-tread wooden staircase winds its way up through the floors.

The bedroom and bathroom make up the entrance level, below which the living area and kitchen can be found. The flat also includes a store room, which could be transformed into a study or a second bedroom, as well as access to a private garage (to be rented or purchased from the city). It’s available through The Modern House for £950,000, or approximately $1,181,000.