If this house looks familiar, you’ve either got a good memory or you watch too much TV. That’s because this five-bedroom Huf Haus in East Horsley, Surrey was featured on Grand Designs back in 2003.
As you probably know, Huf Haus is a German company that manufactures and builds prefabricated houses in the Bauhaus tradition, all made to the individual specification of customers. If you saw the Grand Designs episode, you’ll know how efficiently it was built and how much attention to detail is required to create one of these distinctive builds.
This one, whilst being one of those individual builds, still offers a flexible and large living space over three floors. That includes five bedrooms (including a spacious master suite with a walk-in-wardrobe and balcony), two bathrooms, four reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room.
All of that is in a cul-de-sac and a secluded area on what’s described as a ‘mature site’ of around half an acre. There is also ample driveway parking to the front of the house, along with a ‘delightful front garden’ with ‘beautiful water feature’.
Not cheap, you’ll need to pay £1,350,000.