High Sunderland

A 1957 Category A-listed house in the borders, designed by Peter Womersley, adjacent to his other classic work, the studio for Bernat Klein (who lived at the house for 60 years).

The house nearly burnt down in 2017 but has been fully refurbished (and winning a RIAS award into the bargain).

High Sunderland

I love the sunken living room area, the balance of wood panels (including ceiling), stone and glass.

From e-Architect

Holden House

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.