Sunning it up in Surrey

Yes we may not be having a great time at the moment with the weather. Pretty awful to be honest. But if you have a comfy home in the countryside and wellies and a coat it’s not the end of the world. This week we take a look at some stunning country homes in Surrey. Take a look at our favourite picks and see what you think.

Three bedroom split level apartment within this fine Grade II listed country house which enjoys superb views and retains many original features. Snowdenham Hall was built around 1886 for the brewer Robert Courage. Renovated in the 1930s it was then converted in 2000/2001. The apartment is accessed via the communal Great Hall and a staircase to the first floor.

Westcott is a village that forms part of the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which offers miles of un-spoilt national trust countryside ideal for the walking enthusiast. The village is situated on the A25 some 1.5 miles west of Dorking (as mentioned in the Doomsday Book) and benefits from local facilities including two public houses, a post office, bakery, school, church and village hall.

Dating back to the 19th century in parts, this unique house provides versatile living space and many double aspect rooms which enjoy views of the garden. A superb family living space has been created from three adjoining rooms including a bespoke, solid pine fitted kitchen, with an extensive range of units and granite work surfaces, a spacious family room with a vaulted ceiling and a large breakfast room ideal for family meals.