Chartered building surveyor Fida Hussain built this state of the art house at Farnham Royal last year as a trophy property for himself.

The striking design doesn’t stop at the front door. Not a square inch inside or out has been dismissed as ‘good enough.’

High tech features include CAT cabling – no trailing wires in this house – sophisticated lighting, triple glazed windows with Reynaers frames, mechanical heat and ventilation system, underfloor heating on both floors, wall mounted ethanol fires and of course Fort Knox security.

The double steel and glass front doors open onto a palatial hall.

The central stone and glass staircase (varietal LED lit glass) leads to a galleried landing off which are five bedrooms.

Four of the five bedrooms have fitted dressing rooms; two of the three bathrooms are en suite, all are five-star hotel standard; the main bathroom is the size of a further bedroom.

Downstairs, two sets of double doors at the end of the hall open onto the kitchen/dining/ family room. It extends the full width of the property at the back.

Porcelanosa floor tiles are a feature of the house upstairs and down.

The same tiles have been used on the terrace, creating a seamless flow when the doors either side of the dining area of the kitchen are opened to remove the barrier between inside and out.

The cooking area is streamlined with Hacker Black Star units with under work surface mood lighting.

Beyond that is the family area, easily large enough to take a three seater sofa, couple of armchairs and a coffee table.

Either side of the hall at the front of the house is the drawing room to the right of the entrance and the study or games room depending on whether you’re inclined to work or play at the time – that’s to the left of the front door.

The grounds both front and back have Bluetooth operated lighting.

Having built the home with all the features he wanted in a house, the surveyor has decided to put it up for sale. Often happens with people who work in the housebuilding industry.

Another project crops up and they move on. Hey-ho, it could be a lucky day for a buyer looking for a contemporary home of this quality.

It’s for sale through Savills in Beaconsfield with a guide price of £1.895 million.