Clad in Stainless Steel, a Commanding Midcentury in England Wants $3.2M
Built in the 1960s, Eashing House is a 5,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom property that had fallen into significant disrepair before being treated to a remodel by renowned British architect Jake Edgley of Edgley Design.
Edgley preserved the home’s distinctive midcentury silhouette, re-insulated the envelope, and clad the exterior in a distinctive and sculpturesque stainless steel. Eashing House was awarded the UK Architects Journal Retrofit Award in 2014 following its completion in 2013—and the impressive property continues to make a striking impression.
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Located just over a mile from the sought-after town of Godalming (part of the outer London commuter belt), the private estate is located on a small country road and features two-and-a-half acres of garden landscaping that backs to farmland. Tall trees and greenery surround the sprawling property, which also boasts tennis courts for the athletic homeowner.
The elegantly appointed, light-filled interiors are arranged around a number of courtyards, one with a lovely lily pond. Full-height walls of sliding glass doors provide a strong connection with the home’s natural surroundings and the potential for indoor/outdoor living during the warmer months. Now the home is up for grabs—scroll ahead for a closer look at the property.
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