Almost three hectares of private gardens and woodlands surround this beautiful and idyllic English country house in Elmbridge. The 390 m2 property was built in the 18th century and although it has been recently restored, it still retains that romantic and stately charm reminiscent of Jane Austen’s novels.
Through the neat white painted facade, the front door opens onto a porch and a spacious open-plan foyer below, with a marble fireplace and French windows overlooking the rear terrace.
To the left is the great room, also with a fireplace and French windows that open on both sides.
The kitchen has cabinets handmade in Holland, solid smoked oak doors and oak cabinets against Carrara marble countertops.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two en suite and one studio type. The other two bedrooms are on the second floor.
For the lighting, pieces by Charlotte Perriand, Rose Uniacke and WAS Benson, and chandeliers by F&C Osler were chosen. On the other hand, natural pine floors create a soothing and relaxing palette that spreads throughout.
Abroad, the immaculate gardens are just the beginning, since the terrain includes a multitude of trails surrounded by pine, birch and other native trees.
Information: The Modern House.
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