The Brew House, in Cranleigh, is a modern house that was designed in the style of Sir Edward Lutyens years ago. Surrounding the house are beautiful gardens, which were designed and landscaped by Cabbages and Kings, a well-known landscape gardening company which won a coveted Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2000.

At the front of the property there are prolific shrub beds planted to flower through the year, but it is the rear garden which is the piece de resistance. Cabbages and Kings have created several different areas; at the side of the house there?s a charming pergola with climbing roses, clematis and foliage, behind which is an area with herbaceous borders, a central lawn, pretty pond with waterfall and also a rockery with water tumbling down it and a circular arbour with seating. At the other side of the house, there?s a second terrace with low box hedges and more seating and stone paving.

The house has a large drawing room with windows on three side and large brick inglenook fireplace, a drawing room that had been made into one room from two smaller rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room with Corian worksurfaces and Porcelanosa floor tiles and leading from both kitchen and drawing room a pretty garden room. Upstairs there are five bedrooms.

The house is being sold with a guide price of £1.1 million through Browns, 01483 267070; www.brownsestateagents.com