Steedman's Holden House

Grade B listed, by Morris Steedman, now called Calderstone House.
Quirky shape.  Lots of wood inside.

Holden House
The accommodation is spread over two floors with the living accommodation on the ground floor and a studio on the first floor. The central reception hall gives access to all the rooms with the ‘public’ accommodation consisting of a sitting room, a dining kitchen and a sun room while the sleeping area is made up of four bedrooms. An external staircase leads to a ‘substantial’ studio with two elevated gallery levels and an external balcony with views of the countryside around. There is also a large loft area above the bedrooms.

Not far from Crutherland hotel, secluded spot in woodland.

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