An “unreal” contemporary mansion on Surrey’s exclusive Wentworth Estate has become one of the biggest and most exciting open market instructions of 2016 so far.
The brand spanking new 21,000 square footer, called Jura, sits in the midst of a completely private – and unusually large – five-acre plot next to the famous 12th fairway. Sprawling across three floors, the “landmark” proposition has been brought to life by a (clearly very talented) UK-based boutique developer and consists of two “wings” centred around a three-storey central light well.
The accommodation involves 6-8 bedrooms, 10 reception rooms, 7-9 bathrooms, gym, leisure complex, lift, party room, wine room and staff flat, while the 5.1 acres of mature grounds take in a tennis court, plenty of private parking and a separate security lodge. The spec includes a full-on intelligent home automation system, underfloor heating and air con throughout.
It’s also a very beautiful thing.
According to the bunf, “the house has been designed so the same materials blend from the outside in, with extensive use of natural materials and glass, resulting in a unique visual experience throughout the house.”
And the price? £25m.
“It’s unlike anything we’ve seen in this location”, James Crawford of sales agents Knight Frank told PrimeResi. “We have sold properties ranging from £15m to £30m in this area and have priced Jura sensibly and conservatively.”
We hear there’s already been a number of viewings, with serious interest coming from a mix of international and domestic buyers.
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