This lovely 7-bedroom home, with artists’ studios, mentor home and cottage, is established in approximately 17 acres of beautiful private gardens, meadows and lakes in just the Dorset Space of Exceptional Purely natural Beauty. When the residence of the sculptor Dame Elisabeth Frink RA, it has recently been the topic of a restoration concluded by acclaimed builders R. Moulding & Co. Woolland Home can be approached through separate driveways and is entered as a result of a gorgeous cobbled courtyard, open up at a person aspect and with a fountain at its centre. A present-day, glazed atrium, intended by architect Simon Morray-Jones, delivers a walkway to the front entrance. The home superbly combines classical and late-medieval elements with a traditional Dorset vernacular of stone, pink brick and flint. At its centre is a double-height hall with vaulted cathedral ceilings and hardwood parquet flooring. There are two bedrooms on the ground flooring, alongside with two bogs, and 4 further more bedrooms on the first flooring, with three bathrooms between them. The Coach Home is positioned on the eastern side of the property and delivers self-contained one-bedroom lodging in excess of two concentrations. Elisabeth Frink’s most important studio is established apart from the property and delivers an huge total of functional place around two stages.
And on, and on, and on of just utter fabulousness. Fantastic for horse enthusiasts, everyone who enjoys the outdoor and gardening, and that artist studio&#8230.WHOA. For sale by means of The Modern day House.