• Location: Wiltshire, AONB
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  • Project Status: Completed
  • Project Type: New Build
  • Size
    Ground Floor: 180 sqm
    First Floor: 151.6 sqm
    Second Floor: 86.9 sqm
    Total: 418.5 sqm

This large Wiltshire new-build house was designed by Richmond Bell Architects as a Georgian-style replacement dwelling for a smaller, 1960s building. It is set in within a large garden in an Area Of Natural Beauty near Tisbury, Wiltshire.

After a lengthy planning process, including a thorough pre-application, Wiltshire Council granted planning permission in February 2018 and construction started soon after.

The new house is a three-storey building with four bedrooms and three bathrooms on the first floor, including a master suite with large walk in dressing room and ensuite. There are two further bedrooms and another bathroom on the second floor. On the ground floor a large open-plan kitchen and dining room opens into a conservatory room that has windows along two sides. The ground floor also contains a utility room, cloak room, study and formal living room.

The house is approached along a sweeping private driveway surrounded by mature trees and landscaping. There is parking for several cars and a detached garage set back on the north of the drive. The house was built from local Chilmark stone. The striking front door is set to the right of the front face and covered by a large open porch.

Internally, the house is finished to a high standard throughout and it was featured for sale in the July 2020 Issue of Country Life Magazine (see here).

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