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Lone Oak Hall / Michael Wilford


This Michael Wilford-designed Lone Oak Hall property in Hartfield, East Sussex dates back to 2000 and does look to have a touch of the Frank Lloyd Wright about it both externally and with some of the internal wood fittings too. But this isn’t a retro property. Even 14 years on it still looks like a very modern living space. An interesting and spacious place, but it doesn’t come cheap with a guide price of £1,950,000 — via WowHaus

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