Peter Huf is a household name in his native Germany though his British Huf Houses are fewer in number, making Harewood in Buckinghamshire a covetable gem.
Huf Houses are prefabs designed to be both sustainable and energy-efficient, with zoned heating and cooling temperature controls, underfloor heating and calculated air circulation systems installed across their floorplans.
Harewood in Great Missenden is on the market via The Modern House for £3.6m and unfurls across four storeys, with a soaring double-height atrium at its centre.
This space features walls of glass that peek onto three acres of planted gardens designed by Chelsea award-winner Andy Sturgeon, and a woodland border that secludes the country home. Harewood’s free-flowing ground level also houses a 40-ft-long indoor swimming pool, kitchen, two large receptions and one of the Buckinghamshire property’s six bedrooms.
On the upper-level, balconies and bedrooms sit at canopy level, with views of the Chiltern hills beyond.