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See English chateau in style of one of Britain's great architects on sale for £4,995,000

Seven bedroom property in Ullenhall, near Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, includes leisure suite - sponsored

Papillon Hall
Papillon Hall

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

Accommodation summary

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

http://www.fineandcountry.com/uk/for-sale/ullenhall/b95-5pn/50036554

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