Westlees Farmhouse is a new build home set within the Surrey Hills AONB with panoramic views across the open countryside.
Spread over three distinctive buildings, the house designed by Watershedd Architects accommodates generous open-plan living spaces, a cosy snug ideal for the winter months and a contemporary black clad pool-house with uninterrupted views across the pool and over the stunning Surrey countryside.
The main two storey stone clad cottage houses the main entrance, living room and bedrooms on the first floor. The open-plan kitchen and living area connects onto the stone cottage framed with a series of arched brick windows and a shallow pitch timber clad roof providing shelter to the outside spaces.
“A traditional stone cottage paired with a contemporary extension and outbuilding.”
Designed for family living and entertaining, this house creates unique spaces spread over three different building. Isolated within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the house benefits from uninterrupted views of the open countryside from every window in the house.
The design of the house marries traditional aesthetics with modern architecture, helping the house to complement the AONB whilst also creating generous open-plan family living spaces.
The internal spaces feature natural lime plaster walls paired with warm terracotta tiles, concrete and rough sawn timber flooring connecting the spaces seamlessly between the open-plan living areas and the private bedroom spaces.