Greenacre is a beautiful example of a home designed for modern-day family living. This traditional New England style 6 bedroom self-build home in Fleet in Hampshire features everything a family home should, including an open plan kitchen diner & family room, a games room and detached double garage as well as a show-stopping orangery with first-floor balcony overlooking the large gardens to the rear of the property. Not forgetting it’s got an incredible treehouse!
As you approach the front of the house the attention to detail really stands out. From the statement entrance, with its traditional timber entrance door finished in the bold Farrow & Ball Stiff Key Blue no. 281 and contrasting Manor House Grey no. 265 door frame to its traditional sash windows with new England style bar arrangement and the quirky eye-catching eyebrow window to the front not often seen on new build homes.
Looking at the property from the rear the orangery takes centre stage featuring a 4-leaf timber bifold door that just floods the family’s home with natural light. The bifold doors allow them to really open up the kitchen diner to the outdoors for those spring and summer days for some alfresco dining (weather permitting of course). Above the orangery, there is also a large balcony that is accessed from the master suite via a set of timber French doors, decked out with outdoor seating it’s the perfect spot to relax when the kids are all asleep and to enjoy a glass of wine or two before bed.
A keen eye for design and detail has seen Greenacre shortlisted for The Daily Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating, Home of the Year 2020. Results due February 2021.