This unique newly built mansion is located in Hampshire, England, United Kingdom. The neoclassical home mixes both old and modern design elements. It was designed by the amazing Robert Adam of ADAM Architecture.

FROM THE ARCHITECT’S WEBSITE:

A new country house built on virgin farmland in Hampshire. The project is the first planning appeal won under PPG7 (Planning Policy Guidance) also known as Gummer’s Law, that only permits the construction of new country houses proven to be of ‘the highest quality’ and ‘truly outstanding’ in design. 15,000 square feet of accommodation includes 10 bedrooms, a series of state rooms, a family wing and a farm office. The main house containing the principal rooms is constructed in Bath stone with fine external detailing to reflect its status. The family wing is reduced in scale and detailing and is faced in a cream coloured brick to create a contrast in textures. Accompanying the house is a new, 50-acre landscape.

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  • My Little Housing Blog

    Robert Adam is a very good architect, he has done many wonderfuld buildings and different projects. The two I like best is the enormous Highgate townhouse and the Witanhurst refurbishment.

    He is a friendly and good person to speak with, I would highly recommend him if you’re looking at having a an English style stately home or or a high-end luxury residence designed.




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  • Daniel

    Uh, no. Looks very cold and impersonal. Reminds me of a private bank or something of the like.




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  • Sam

    Did some studying on him a while back, some stunning upcoming properties, especially the country houses.




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  • Grrrowler

    The Adam Architecture site has some great looking buildings. This is not one of them. It would make a great mausoleum.




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  • Jason

    if anyone is interested in very high quality and accurate classical design you should bye his monograph. I have it and was pleasantly suprised to find it had floorplans for even his largest country manors.




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  • ted

    i wish american homes looked like this. the english have such a good sense of architecture.




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