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Country Estate

Contemporary Farmhouse & Equestrian Facilities

This beautiful, replacement country estate – nestled in the heart of the Cotswold hills, and just a stone’s throw from Soho Farmhouse – presents c. 14,000sqft of principal accommodation, extensive formal gardens, and the addition of a private equestrian centre, including stables, full-size indoor arena, 18 metre horse-walker with integrated lunge pen, and external manège.

Built to replace a collection of dilapidated barns, the main house and equestrian facilities echo the local vernacular, with classic detailing and hand-carved, traditional Iron stonework throughout - supplied by Goldholme Stone and crafted by Martin Ebb Stonemasonry.

The house, set over four floors, opens to a spectacular central, triple volume hallway – complete with bespoke floating stone staircase by Ian Knapper. High ceilings and glazing at each floor by Bronze Casements flood the home in natural daylight and perfectly frame the unbeatable views of the rolling Cotswold countryside.

While the front of the house is traditional in design, the rooms at the rear of the property are more contemporary in style, and with direct links to the gardens and pool – via expansive Sky Frame sliding doors by Clear Living Limited – these rooms serve as the heart and hub of the home.

Located at lower ground floor, a unique London underground meets New York City loft style entertainment space – with vaulted brick arches, bespoke joinery, and feature lighting – presents a beautiful relaxation area, bar and DJ booth, games room, wine storage, and the pièce de resistance, working with Marquee Home, an Electric Barn-inspired home Electric Barn-inspired home cinema.

  • Tag Wine Cellar Tag Home Cinema Tag Entertainment Space Tag Dressing Room Tag Equestrian Facilities
Project Details
Project Name Brook Farm
Project Reference 16047
Planning Consultant JPPC Chartered Town Planners
Main Contractor Camden Ventures Ltd
Structural Engineer Simpsons
Interior Design René Dekker Designs
Landscape Design Anderson Orr
Photography © Andrew Beasley