Here is an artist’s impression of a BEAUTIFUL English country estate to be built in England. It was designed by acclaimed Robert Adam Architects and will be built by Millgate Homes. I’ve always loved the stately and timeless exteriors of country manors in England. Even the new builds seem like they’ve been there for centuries!! This is what I want my future estate to look like; grand, elegant with acres of park-like grounds!

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  • Sam

    Another Robert Adam classic, I wish there was a big feature window ubove the door though, the windows around that portion of the facade all look really small. Also Millgate Homes are fantastic for building Georgian/country style properties, this once completed will defiantly be their largest and greatest project.




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  • Tony

    Looks a little boxy and cookie cutter looking. Hopefully the interior will be better.




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  • mak

    Looks like a public library or a courthouse.




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  • Daniel

    This I could see going for $163 million. A stunning estate and a stunning rendering.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s nice enough looking, but I wouldn’t consider it my favorite home. It looks like a school house and is way too staid for my liking. It has the architectural equivalent of a stick up its butt. I can only hope that the interior doesn’t end up looking like a night club.




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  • Sam

    Neat, looking, as in it looks neat, too neat. It is very commercially and I think the above poster who said library or courthouse, nailed it. They really should have gone in a different direction a bit. I am also tired of the red brick facing on expensive homes, it just takes things down a notch.

    163 million!!!?? Don’t know how much the land is and I am sure the interior will be incredible, but its a box. Not including the finishings that will make it a million dollar property, they need to not spend too much building it.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    Yes, what they said. They aren’t making any major mistakes, but it would benefit from a certain lightness or levity to balance what, frankly, is a bit of pomposity. I especially dislike the ancient Greek style pediment and columns on the facade. I think it would look both more authentically Georgian revival and more relaxed if that were done as a relief that did not project more than a metre or so. You could still have enough of an overhang to keep those calling from getting wet. And the tower ought to be taller.




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  • architect121

    beautiful Tennis court! Much more attractive than the ugly concrete and chain linked ones more common in America




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Yep. I guess they can afford ball boys to retrieve errant lobs. Or they will use some invisible netting on temporary posts. (This is why residential tennis courts in the US have a fence. Not to keep anybody from “falling in!”)




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  • NOVA Ben

    Show me two interior renderings: one of the drawing room and one of the kitchen, and I’ll tell you whether there’s any hope for this place or not.




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  • marc22

    after so many bad examples of mansions on this blog, I can’t believe most everyone is not at least happy that a well designed, well detailed and well proportioned home is featured. Judging from the companies website I would say the chances a good that this home will have a really fine interior.

    After all we could be viewing another new mansion from New Jersey or Las Vegas.




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  • rob

    It looks like a school.




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  • Philip Arlington

    It doesn’t look anything like any English court building I have ever seen, and I don’t think it is very relevant that court houses have apparently been built in a similar style in America.




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