Listed for £8 million (approximately $10.8 million), this Grade II listed mansion is among the world’s best homes – nestled amid 21 acres of Surrey’s verdant landscape.  With its limestone façade and elegant interiors, it is unsurprising that the home is a favorite amongst directors – appearing in the film Wimbledon, the television series London Spy and Marple, and most famously, The Dig from Netflix. As a statement from the distinctive Arts and Crafts style era, Norney Grange remains unchanged from its original design, aside from a small extension to the domestic wing in 1904.  While this exterior is truly something to behold, the home’s interiors serve as a source of interior design inspiration – fuelling our living room ideas from its ornate fireplace and kiss of chintz wallpaper.  Despite its undisputed timelessness, the home simultaneously exhibits contemporary kitchen ideas through its powder blue painted cabinetry and open shelving that showcase delicate teapots and pieces of china. Plus, in signature Charles Voysey style, everything in Norney Grange is curated to impeccable detail, including the Austrian oak staircase and paneling that has reset the standard for grand hallway ideas.  Other features include the collection of individually crafted fireplaces and the elegant window fastenings that bless the space with an ageless aesthetic. There is also a historic library and a dining space that will transport diners to the late nineteenth century – or their favorite film set. While the main home benefits from 11 bedrooms, the estate also has two detached lodge cottages within the grounds, offering a further five bedrooms for guests to enjoy the sunset and sunrise above the quintessential countryside setting. Naturally, with over 20 acres to play with, Norney Grange exemplifies our country garden ideas through its statement garden sculptures and beautifully crafted hedges that give the space an added sense of regency.  Norney Grange (opens in new tab) is currently listed for £8 million with Savills.