Good to see the influence of the Bauhaus school is alive and well in modern-day Cheshire, specifically in the Manden House six-bedroomed property in Alderley Edge, Cheshire.
It’s a contemporary home, covering 5,800 sq ft and in its own grounds, as well as being in what’s described as a ‘prime location’. Think Premiership footballers for an idea of how prime.
Its exterior is both stark and impressive, with concrete walls mixing it with floor to ceiling glass, throwing in plenty of sharp edges. You’d think the interior is much the same, but the inside is much softer, more in keeping with your average high-end new build.
Inside, you’ll find an Arthouse Interiors-designed Siematic ‘breakfast living kitchen’ with Miele appliances, along with a drawing room leading onto a balcony with glass balustrade, glass walls, a glass panelled staircase and full width folding glazed doors to the front and rear of the house.
You’ll also find those six bedrooms, five with Matki fitted en-suite bathrooms and a master bedroom en-suite with Philippe Starck fittings.
No shortage of gadgets either, with underfloor heading, an integrated audio visual system, specialist lighting, infra red remote via colour touch screens for music, Sky HD and lighting, a video entry point and electronic gates. There’s also plenty of landscaped gardens, with external lighting on the driveway and a double garage.
See the listing for more details on that finish and more images. £2,450,000 is required to buy it.