This newly built home, named Four Beeches, is located in Greater Manchester, UK. It was designed by the renowned design house Thompson MacLeod. It is situated on 2.25 acres and boasts roughly 16,700 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, curved stone staircase, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, circular paneled study, steam room, gym, indoor swimming pool with changing rooms, media room with wet bar and more. It is listed at £11,250,000 or $17,609,599.

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  • Grrrowler

    Another failed attempt to copy a Candy & Candy interior. Are there some sort of local council regulations that say these newly built houses must have a traditional exterior style? If not, then why build them to look traditional then stick contemporary interiors into them? At least the name is good for a chuckle: it sounds like someone with a French of Spanish accent saying “For Bitches” (yes, I am really 12).




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    • NOVA Ben

      Wooow, 10:30 at night and you’ve officially made my day.




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    • robungar

      I keep wondering that myself- I don’t understand why we keep seeing modern interiors with such starkly contrasting traditional exteriors. I think the interior is so-so, definitely looks like an attempt at a C&C style.




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  • lambskin

    The pool is cool. Three twinkle ceilings is a bit much. What kind of room is in picture 10?




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    • Zander

      Its a work out room




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  • Joejoe509

    Bleh. Yet another sterile and cold home with a boring traditional exterior. I agree with lambskin. One twinkle ceiling is enough. Three is overkill. There are some interesting elements here and there but for the most part, it often crosses the line from unique to strange. I’ve seen worse but there’s not a lot I like about this house.




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  • Daniel

    Grrrowler hit the nail on the head when he said this was in the style of Candy and Candy. Although not as flawless as a C&C interior, it really is not bad at all in my opinion. I like most of the rooms. The master bedroom position is terrible and the living room chandelier is a joke, but other than that I like it. The exterior, however, is pretty horrid. The smooth finish and lack of any ornamentiation makes it look like it is made of cardboard.




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  • James

    i hate the exterior but the interior is “ok”:)




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  • Limedaiquar

    Hate the master bedroom and the exterior is just…..no. But love the rest!




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  • NOVA Ben

    This does the whole traditional exterior/modern interior thing a lot more convincingly than the London home from earlier. I’m still not crazy about that general theme, but this comes off a bit more nicely. I think the very dark woods in this one help tremendously in keeping the place looking slightly warmer. Price is breathtaking, to say the least.

    Is the pic of the exterior a rendering?




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  • Will

    Some soccer player built that house. It’s been for sale for a few years.
    I think Priceypads.com featured it once.




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  • ted

    i’m sorry, but i absolutely love this house. inside and out.




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