A new replacement dwelling of broadly Georgian influence located a stone’s throw from Beaconsfield Old Town.  The house main provides six bedrooms with a guest suite and is linked to a private swimming pool building to the rear.  The comprehensive landscaping scheme encompasses the front entrance courtyard and delightful gardens to the rear.

The house has a restrained appearance, with a traditional palette of brick elevations, clay tile roofing and painted sash windows.  The main body of the house is rigidly symmetrical, but to its flanks the height and formality reduce significantly.  The pool house to the rear is heavily influenced by the design of traditional orangeries with glazed elevations overlooking the gardens and a glazed roof insert to enhance light and airiness.


Contractor:  RJ Clyde Builders Ltd.

Interior Design:  Victoria Supple

Landscape Design:  Julie Toll Ltd.

Structural Engineer:   Howes Atkinson Crowder LLP

Completion date:  Spring 2018