This newly built gated residence is located in Cavendish Road in St. George’s Hills, Weybridge, Surrey, United Kingdom. It was built by Xenex Developments Ltd. and features approximately 15,700 square feet of grand living space with sweeping marble staircase, reception hall, formal living and dining rooms, music room, home office, bespoke gourmet kitchen by Gretch and Gretch, game room, wine cellar, custom bar, home theater, gym, indoor swimming pool with spa, steam room, subterranean 4-car garage and more. It is listed at £15,000,000 or $23,374,652.

Yet another UK mansion with a traditional exterior and sleek modern interior; go figure! I like this one very much, more than the others I’ve featured. I like the idea of having an oval-shaped island in the kitchen rather than the obvious choice of a square-shaped one. I also LOVE the design of the indoor pool. It’s fairly large and I like the fact that is has 2 step-down entrances. One thing I don’t like about this home are the railings in the foyer. The one up against the wall needs to go in my opinion.

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  • Sam

    I saw this on rightmove the other day, wasn’t keen on it then, not keen on it now to be honest. The off-white and slightly grey plastering on the exterior makes the house look extremely cold and uninviting. The carpets look awful, I would have to walk against the walls to avoid leaving footprints on the floor. The kitchen is alright, although their clearly doing the classic London/British interior a Georgian house like this would have suited something more classic and colourful inside.




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  • Mark

    This house is my mother-in-law; big, cold, dull, expensive, boring, uptight and a lot of maintenance…




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    • marc22

      tell us how you really feel lol




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  • Jeff P.

    Feel we’ve all seen this house before…




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  • Daniel

    Brrr. I like the kitchen, but it belongs in another house. Biggest peeve is probably the stair rail strip in photo 3…you don’t rails on both sides unless you take up the the width of the stairs!




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    • lambskin

      Ditto-my peeve too.




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  • Grrrowler

    Blech. My guess is that this was designed to appeal to young buyers with a lot of new money, who want to feel like landed gentry, but want to have a hip and trendy interior. I think it’s nice to have an updated interior in a traditional shell, but this is a total mismatch (like so many of these new houses in England) The front facade looks squat, almost like it’s out of proportion to the surroundings. The interior could be nice-ish in a modern London apartment, but I hate it in this house.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Terrible.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Not QUITE as bad as some England homes we’ve seen, but still not at all to my taste. And carpet? Are you kidding me?




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  • Joseph

    Urgh! Not another one!




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  • rob

    I am so over this look. Give me a classic old pile any day. With musty old furniture and dog hair all over the place. So if the neighbors go visiting in England, how can they tell whose house they are in? They all look the same.




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    • NOVA Ben

      See, that’s one of the problems I have with these new places. I am not a messy person, but ANY little thing out of place in a home like this is going to completely ruin the “look” they’re going for. I love old places with classic decorating that can take on a patina and not look ruined. I’m with you there.




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  • Chris

    I like the kitchen. Nothing more.




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