Inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House, Four Beeches is a magnificent natural stone, new build property with a corner turret, steeply pitched roofs, large overhanging eaves and parapet gables. Completed in 2009, this 16,700 sq.ft mansion is set in a picturesque location overlooking the Devisdale conservation area in Bowdon, Cheshire. The property sits in beautiful, mature landscaped grounds extending to approximately 2 ¼ acres.
The feature corner staircase is reminiscent of a Scottish castle, one might think entirely suitable for a family from Scotland for whom it was built. The plan has been based around a large open dining atrium, from which radiates the various reception rooms, including the luxury kitchen and bespoke circular library, through to the pool and leisure spa wing. With its seven bedrooms and dedicated staff accommodation, this truly is an exceptional house.
The materials that have been selected are of the highest quality from the beautifully crafted Ashlar Stone, to the solid oak floors with ebony stain, to the stunning polished Venetian plaster walls and the bespoke internal carpentry, all which typify the spirit of masterful detailing present throughout the house.