This newly built stone and brick mansion is located on St George’s Hill in Weybridge, EN, United Kingdom. It features 12,000 square feet of  living space with 5 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, glass staircase, formal living and dining rooms, atrium, study, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, family room, wrap-around terrace, elevator, gym, game room, home theater, sauna and steam room, 2nd kitchen in walk-out lower level, indoor swimming pool with changing rooms, two climate-controlled wine cellars and more. The price is available upon request.

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  • Limedaiquar

    Love the exterior. Hate the interior. I think I’ll say that with every UK home.




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    • Kenny Forder

      You and me both. It’s always the brick/stone stately exterior with a stark, contemporary interior -_- lol




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  • Daniel

    Terribly awkward home inside and out. Dining room is nice.




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  • Chance

    They should have given the feel to the rest of the house that they gave to the dining room.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I give up on UK mansions.




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  • James

    Hey Kenny…you hear all these people saying stuff like few people have taste in homes anymore and such…I think that you should do like a competition where they can send in a pic of what they think a “perfect looking home” looks like and what ever home gets the most positive comments the win something …idk it’s just an idea…see what taste people like the most 🙂




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    • Kenny Forder

      Good idea, James! 🙂




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      • James

        Thanks 🙂




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        • marc22

          Really good idea and fun too. Probably 96% of homes featured here get ripped apart. Would like to know what everyones ideal fantasy mansion would be and why.




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          • James

            Eaxctly my point marc22 😀




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  • rob

    I actually like it. I like the exterior. What is that style called? Is it modern regency? The modern interior doesn’t bother me because I actually think it looks pretty warm and cozy and not cold and sterile. I can see myself lounging on that couch chatting with friends at the bar. The dining room looks fine to me and the theatre looks like it has pretty comfortable chairs. I like the way this has been shoehorned into what looks like an awkward location. I think the architect did a great job in fitting this into the space. I think this is a very good house. Unfortunately, as this is the UK, the price upon request is going to be something just stupid. Something insane like 30 million quid. It is a fine house but it is not worth anything near what they will be asking.




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  • Sam

    The front aspect looks quite caved in, there needs to be more outstretched lawns. The dinning room and the front door are the only 2 pros!




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  • Chris

    typical UK new build




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  • lambskin

    It looks like it was built in a hole-no matter how beautiful the landscaping. No pictuure of the indoor pool-I bet is is the typical UK ultra modern type.




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  • marc22

    The exterior has great materials, proportions and the front is really nicely done, but why build a classic home only to shock everyone with its starkly modern interiors when they walk through the door? The house is hopelessly bi-polar, doesnt know what it wants to be. Also the terraced and bermed walls built so close to the home do detract from the home itself. Gives the impression that the home was built in a huge open pit left over from a quarry.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Unfortunately, all of wealthy Britain seems to have this type of bi-polar disorder. I can’t recall ever seeing a new-build British mansion that wasn’t done this way.




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  • Ted

    im sorry everyone. but i LOVE uk new builds. classic exterior with contemporary interior. shoot me, i know. i wish more homes in the us were like this.




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