Very stylish place on the market, this Kate Stoddart-converted modernist property in Ewshot, near Farnham, Surrey.
It looks contemporary and indeed it is, but the house actually started life as a 1960s build, but the transformation by the RIBA Chartered Architect hardly gives a hint of that, with a radical overhaul both inside and out.
The finishes are cutting edge and the space has been reworked too, particularly with the large open plan living / kitchen / dining room, which has ‘full / over height-glazing’ as well as polished concrete floors. The ground floor also offers a second reception room, a study, WC and a ‘generously-sized’ utility room.
Head up the bespoke staircase and you’ll find the master bedroom suite with a dressing area and en-suite bathroom, a second bedroom with an en-suite shower room plus three further double bedrooms (one used as an office currently) and the family bathroom.
Outside there are two main garden areas – a courtyard-style garden at the rear and a lawned space to the side – with off-street parking for up to six cars at the front of the house.
£975,000 is the asking price, with an open day coming up soon if you want a closer look.