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Light-filled Huf House in London’s commuter belt asks for £3.6m

Peter Huf is a household name in his native Germany though his British Huf Houses are fewer in number, making Harewood in Buckinghamshire a covetable gem.

Huf Houses are prefabs designed to be both sustainable and energy-efficient, with zoned heating and cooling temperature controls, underfloor heating and calculated air circulation systems installed across their floorplans.

Light-filled Huf House in London's commuter belt asks for £3.6m via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House

Harewood in Great Missenden is on the market via The Modern House for £3.6m and unfurls across four storeys, with a soaring double-height atrium at its centre.

This space features walls of glass that peek onto three acres of planted gardens designed by Chelsea award-winner Andy Sturgeon, and a woodland border that secludes the country home. Harewood’s free-flowing ground level also houses a 40-ft-long indoor swimming pool, kitchen, two large receptions and one of the Buckinghamshire property’s six bedrooms.

On the upper-level, balconies and bedrooms sit at canopy level, with views of the Chiltern hills beyond.

Light-filled Huf House in London's commuter belt asks for £3.6m via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Light-filled Huf House in London's commuter belt asks for £3.6m via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Light-filled Huf House in London's commuter belt asks for £3.6m via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Light-filled Huf House in London's commuter belt asks for £3.6m via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House

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