Lodge house (circa 1760) converted into a modern family home, surrounded by woods with open countryside and farmland to the south. Set within two acres of private woods and gardens with a winding drive through the trees leading to the house. Arranged over three levels, the first floor level contains a bedroom and dressing room within the old lodge house. At ground level a hall and dining room are located with slate floors throughout. Either side of this is a contemporary kitchen and the main living space which is 50% glazed. These spaces are arranged around a south facing slate terrace with a removable awning. The terrace has a fabulous un-interrupted country view to the south. This slate terrace is formed by a part sub-terranean apartment which has been constructed below it, with a lightweight glass link connecting the main house with the apartment. Located in Godalming, Surrey
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