THROUGH THE KEYHOLE

Surrey Life|March 2020

THROUGH THE KEYHOLE
A history of architecture Designed and constructed by Sir Banister Fletcher, Coneybury employs the sensibilities of the Arts and Crafts movement

This imposing detached Arts & Crafts country house, designed and constructed in 1912 by Sir Banister Fletcher, has been recently refurbished to an exceptional standard and is set in lovely landscaped gardens of approximately 1.5 acres.

With Horsham stone for the roof, the exteriors elevations are of red brick with large, multi-paned windows and a distinctive brick arch over the front door. Internally period detailing, such as the stone fireplace in the drawing room and the original parquet flooring, have been skilfully enhanced by the present owners and it now provides everything required for a modern and comfortable lifestyle.

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March 2020