Country minimalism is on offer at this charming Surrey home wrapped in seven acres of private gardens and woodland in Elmbridge.
The white-washed Georgian property spans 4,200 sq ft and blends historic bones with modern living, having been meticulously restored by its current owners to look gorgeously ‘made under’. Stripped pine floorboards and organic paints by Edward Bulmer have been used throughout to create a serene and natural aesthetic that flows from room to room.
Modern lighting by Charlotte Perriand, Rose Uniacke and W.A.S Benson, and chandeliers by F&C Osler have been carefully chosen for each room, complementing period fireplaces and mouldings. The kitchen features handsome oak cabinets handmade in Holland with Carrara marble worktops and Miele appliances.
Inigo is listing the Surrey property for £7.5m, and it includes a ground-floor bedroom suite that serves as an attached but independent ‘cottage’. It has a Plain English kitchen and access to a quiet side garden, plus the rear terrace.
There are three bedrooms on the first floor, including the primary bedroom suite, which has a dressing room and en suite. Two more bedrooms are set within the eaves of the Surrey property. Each room has views of the gardens and surrounding woodlands, made up of pine, birch and native species, with acres of trails to explore.
Elmbridge borders the London Boroughs of Richmond and Kingston upon Thames, while the house is within walking distance of the local train station, with direct services to Central London taking 40 minutes.