Sky House, Cranleigh
Sky House is an architecturally light and spacious home set in 8 acres of idyllic grounds this location features a private lake with a jetty and vast woodlands.
The top floor has an open kitchen and dining area with a feature fire pit, study and bar that overlooks the outdoor swimming pool. Downstairs you’ll find several bedrooms and a light and bright entry hallway with a glass staircase. Located in Cranleigh, GU6.
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