Houses, as a rule, have sharp edges. Some have the occasional curve (art deco properties in particular). But most don’t. The builders of this four-bedroom circular house in Inkberrow, Worcestershire don’t seem to have read the rule book.
According to the agent, this is a new development and purpose-built. Seeing as it is now on the market, we’re not for what or who it was actually purpose built. Obviously it didn’t fit the purpose – but it might fit yours.
It’s an interesting design, circular in the main, a mix of stone and wood cladding for the exterior and open-plan living inside. No expense spared either – Lutron home control lighting, Villeroy and Bosch sanitary ware, Dorn Bracht light fittings, Meile appliances, Bisque towel rails and HansGrohe and Ondus showerheads all listed as being in the place, as well as American Black walnut timber floors, deep pile carpets, German Limestone tiling, 22 carat white gold leaf mosaic in the master bedroom en suite…you get the idea.
In terms of room specifics, there are four (or up to five) bedrooms, two reception rooms, a high end kitchen, four bathrooms, an integrated single garage, plus two tier gardens with an orchard, pond and decked sitting area.
It’s weird, it’s modern and it is very distinctive. Not cheap, but not as expensive as you might think either at £699.950.