Nice setting, stylish architecture. There is a lot going for this David Wright-designed modernist property in Wimborne, Dorset.
The only thing that confuses is is whether this is a recent build or a conversion of an older property. The agent describes it as a ‘21st century design both inside and out’, but adds that the architect has ‘extended and remodelled the property’. So not too sure.
It doesn’t really matter. What does matter is the end product and that is something special.
Found in ‘arguably the most sought after, prestigious road in the area’ and in a four-acre plot and a woodland setting, the house is contemporary living with just a hint of midcentury modern about it.
That ‘hint’ is really down to the look of the rear of the property, along with the open spaces and full-height windows. A touch of 1960s California about that. But overall, we are firmly in the 21st century.
In fact, the listing looks like an A-Z of modern interior design and technology. Check it out for yourself, but there are mentioned of the luxury kitchen and appliances, a cinema / media room with surround sound, multi-room audio, home automation, a bespoke walnut and glass staircase, designer bathrooms, concrete floors with underfloor heating…you get the point. If you don’t, see the listing for the complete breakdown.
In addition to that you have a good amount of living space too. That breaks down as an entrance hall, utility room, a sitting room, the kitchen / dining area, a master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite, four more bedrooms, four additional bathrooms, a study and the cinema room we mentioned above.
If that’s not enough, you also get a sun patio and decked areas (including a built-in Jacuzzi hot tub), triple garaging and a l`re paved driveway with turning space and more parking.
A luxury house with a price tag to match. That price is offers in excess of £1,999,999.
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