Ash Farm is a stunning family 5-bed home, set in 9.5 acres in the Berkshire countryside.
With large open-plan living spaces and Bi-folding doors, uniting indoor and outdoor living quarters, this home was made for modern living.
Enjoy another snoop: Take a look around this idyllic country house in Oxfordshire
Ash Farm is a fine example of new build construction with period-style charm. Largely in part to using reclaimed materials.
Don’t be fooled by the aged exterior, this house is filled with modern luxuries. Those include under-floor heating, Rako lighting system and a Sonos audio system throughout.
Ash Farm open-plan living
This is truly the kitchen of dreams. Style wise the blanched wood, mink grey units and neutral sandstone flooring are a deliciously harmonious blend. Design wise the open-plan element is perfect for busy family life, the kids can be entertained one end while grown-ups cook.
The vaulted ceiling height filled with architectural beams and skylights is spectacular.
From this angle you can really appreciate how well this open-plan space really works. The Bi-folding doors completely open the space up, blurring the lines of indoor and out – ever more important in the modern home.
We’re totally in awe of this ‘floating’ wooden staircase. A feat of architecture, the robust wooden planks appear to float thanks to the reinforced glass support structure. Glass staircases normally pose all sorts of safety issues in family houses, but here thanks to the wooden edges it feels much more practical.
This cool hallway space opens out into a generous dining area, with wooden beams and neutral flagstone flooring throughout.
This well styled room is sophisticated in shade soft grey with cobalt blue accents.
The sizeable master bedroom is totally dreamy. The double ceiling height is captivating thanks to exposed beams. A carved 4-poster bed also adds a sense of drama to this impressive space.
The house boasts beautifully landscaped gardens, covering the grounds of approximately 9.5 acres.
This breath-taking family home is currently on the market with agents Savills, with an asking price of £5.5million.
We would be happy to move into the kitchen space alone. Anyone fancy sharing the cost?