It is the contemporary English Chateau which has been designed using concepts conceived by historic English country houses architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Papillon Hall, which was built just a decade ago in the picturesque village of Ullenhall, near Henley-in-Arden, is shaped in the beautiful butterfly scheme championed by Lutyens, who was also instrumental in creating New Delhi.
The accommodation, priced at £4,995,000, includes 18 acres, seven bedrooms, two kitchens, reception hall with atrium, double garage, four stables and leisure suite.
Upon entering Papillon Hall you are welcomed into a marbled atrium that offers daylight to all three floors. The master suite on the first floor opens onto a wide balcony that captures breathtaking views of the Cotswolds and Malvern Hills. On the top floor a music room doubles as a viewing platform.
Set within a detached split-level structure, the suite offers an infinity pool with indoor and outdoor elements, gym, semi sub-terranean cinema room which can double up as a party place
Ground floor: reception hall with atrium, fitted kitchne breakfast room, sitting room, drawing room, study, dining room, cloakroom/WC, service room
First floor: galleried landing, master bedroom suite, dressing room, master bathroom, three additioanl bedroom suites, laundry room
Second floor: viewing lounge, two bedroom suites
Annexe: double garage, studio, open plan living area, fitted kitchen, bedroom, bathroom
Stable block: four stables, tack room, groom’s office, hay store
Leisure Suite: infinity pool, guy, club/cinema room, service room