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  • 1. Nutbourne park
  • 2. Arare and unique opportunityAn opportunity to create an outstanding home in the glorious traditionof English country estates has arisen at Nutbourne Park.The potential to establish this new private estate in the heart of the English countrysidecan now be brought to fruition with consent for the construction of a palatial RobertAdam designed house. The innovator has the opportunity to personalise the layout andspecification with a view to designing a home not just for today but for future generations.Arriving home and sweeping through this magnificent landscape will always be a momentto savour. Through the progressing seasons, the ever-changing parkland setting forms aglorious protective backdrop to the house which will nestle in its expansive amphitheatre.The feeling of pride in the creation of Nutbourne Park will have no bounds.
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  • 5. Nutbourne park4“Nutbourne Park bears all the attributesin becoming one of the great Englishcountry estates”Robert AdamThe renowned British architect
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  • 7. 6Two hundred and twelve acres of stunning landscapeThis area of outstanding natural beauty comprising parkland, paddocks, lakes and ancient woodland which is dominated bymajestic oak trees, some over five hundred years old. There are also many other specimen beech, chestnut, ash and alder treesthroughout the woodland which in April and May is carpeted in a sea of bluebells and other rare woodland flowers.The area is criss-crossed by a series of private paths and rideswhich are ideal for walking and riding and the estate is alsosurrounded by excellent riding country and bridleways.The ninety acres of paddocks and grassland are situated northand south of the main house and can be accessed from thenetwork of estate roads or direct from Vann Lane. The BlundensWood and Halfpenny Copse fields which are located to thesouth of the house make in total nine separate paddocks allbordered by ancient woodland.The estate has in total six entrances – the principal entrance andthe carriage drive entrance are both from Roundals Lane andwhich lead to the main house, cottages and stables. The otherfour entrances lead to paddocks and woodland.
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  • 10. An area of outstanding natural beautycomprising parkland, paddocks, lakesand ancient woodland9
  • 11. Pristine parkland giving way to amore natural, yet still disciplinedwoodland to encourageindigenous flora and fauna10
  • 12. Ancient boundaries separatewoodland from meadows withwooden bridges over streams11
  • 13. Pathways meandering throughthe bluebell wood with ancientwoodland overhead diffusingthe spring sunshine12
  • 14. The undulating landscapeprotects the microcosm that isNutbourne Park, sloping gentlydown to a sequence of lakes13
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  • 16. RobertAdamAvisionary architectInternationally renowned Adam Architecture is a world leader inthe ‘classic contemporary’ design movement. Working on buildingssuch as the British School in Rome and the Sackler Library at theAshmolean Museum, the practice combines tradition with thelatest technology.It is the design philosophy that underpins Nutbourne Park today.“Nutbourne Park has a unique setting. I have seen many sites fornew and replacement country houses in my time yet I have neverseen anything quite like this. It is something about the dramaticuse of water combined with unusual privacy, security and ancientwoodland that make this project so remarkable.”15
  • 17. 16Relatively few large country houses have beenbuilt in recent decades and here is a rare occasionto create something literate within the traditionof fine English country estates.Many deliberately unusual houses have been designed in recenttimes but it is far greater to employ academic accuracy with anunderstanding of country houses to create something much finer.The interior offers unlimited opportunity because of the dramaticspace and the chain of ancillary buildings is in keeping withtradition providing staff and guest accommodation, garaging andstabling. One of the most exciting things about this setting is thatthere are few restrictions for the landscape immediately aroundthe house and this can be sculpted to suit personal tastes.It will take commitment and inspiration to complete NutbournePark, but nothing would give me greater pleasure than to see thisproject come to fruition.RobertAdamThe opportunity to createa true English country estate
  • 18. 17Adjacent Properties and Boundaries are shown for illustrative purposesonly and have not been surveyed unless otherwise stated.All areas shown are approximate and should be verified before formingthe basis of a decision.Do not scale other than for Planning Application purposes.All dimensions must be checked by the contractor before commencingwork on site.No deviation from this drawing will be permitted without the prior writtenconsent of the Architect.The copyright of this drawing remains with the Architect and may not bereproduced in any form without prior written consent.Ground Floor Slabs, Foundations, Sub-Structures, etc. All work belowground level is shown provisionally. Inspection of ground condition isessential prior to work commencing.Reassessment is essential when the ground conditions are apparent, andredesign may be necessary in the light of soil conditions found. Theresponsibility for establishing the soil and sub-soil conditions rests withthe contractor.Rev. DescriptionDate InitialsAC5351/PL05CNutbourne Park HouseMain House Elevations (1 of 2)LONDON OFFICE: 6 QUEEN SQUARE WC1N 3ATTEL: + 44 (0) 207 841 0140 FAX: + 44 (0) 207 713 6740TELEPHONE:+ 44 (0)1962 843843 FACSIMILE:+ 44 (0)1962 8433039 UPPER HIGH STREET, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE SO23 8UTwww.adamarchitecture.com contact@adamarchitecture.comADAM ARCHITECTURE IS A TRADING NAME OF ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS LIMITEDPROJECTTITLE:SCALE:DATE:DRAWING No:DRAWN BY:0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Scale 1:100SHADOWS SHOWN FOR MoDELLING PUROPSES ONLYMATERIALS* SOFT RED BRICKWORK WITH rubbed brick ARCHES* dressed STONE DETAILS* CLAY plain TILE ROOF* PAINTED TIMBER BRACKETED EAVES* painted metal rainwater goods* PAINTED TIMBER OCTAGONAL CUPOLA WITH LEAD ROOF* PAINTED TIMBER DORMER WITH LEAD ROOf AND CHEEKS* PAINTED TIMBER joineryEAST ELEVATIONnorth elevation26 01 09A ACminor corrections to shadowsACB 10 09 09 AMENDMENT TO GARAGE BLOCK ENTRANCESOUTH ELEVATIONACC 21 07 10 DRAWING LAYOUT UPDATED TO SHOW NEWADAM ARCHITECTURE LABEL1:100@A0JANUARY 2009Adjacent Properties and Boundaries are showonly and have not been surveyed unless otherwiAll areas shown are approximate and should bthe basis of a decision.Do not scale other than for Planning ApplicationAll dimensions must be checked by the contrwork on site.No deviation from this drawing will be permitteconsent of the Architect.The copyright of this drawing remains with thereproduced in any form without prior written coGround Floor Slabs, Foundations, Sub-Structuground level is shown provisionally. Inspectioessential prior to work commencing.Reassessment is essential when the ground coredesign may be necessary in the light of soresponsibility for establishing the soil and subthe contractor.Rev. DescriptionDateAC5351/PL05CNutbourne Park HouseMain House ElevationsLONDON OFFICE: 6 QUEEN SQUATEL: + 44 (0) 207 841 0140 FAX: + 44TELEPHONE:+ 44 (0)1962 843843 FACSIM9 UPPER HIGH STREET, WINCHESTER, Hwww.adamarchitecture.com contact@ADAM ARCHITECTURE IS A TRADING NAME OF ROBERPROJECTTITLE:SCALE:DATE:DRAWING No:DRAWN BY:0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Scale 1:100SHADOWS SHOWN FOR MoDELLING PUROPSES ONLYMATERIALS* SOFT RED BRICKWORK WITH rubbed brick ARCHES* dressed STONE DETAILS* CLAY plain TILE ROOF* PAINTED TIMBER BRACKETED EAVES* painted metal rainwater goods* PAINTED TIMBER OCTAGONAL CUPOLA WITH LEAD ROOF* PAINTED TIMBER DORMER WITH LEAD ROOf AND CHEEKS* PAINTED TIMBER joineryEAST ELEVATIONnorth elevation26 01 09A minor corrections to shaB 10 09 09 AMENDMENT TO GARAGE BLOSOUTH ELEVATIONC 21 07 10 DRAWING LAYOUT UPDATEDADAM ARCHITECTURE LABEL1:100@A0JANUARY 2009Ground Floor Slabs, Foundations, Sub-Structures, etc. All work belowground level is shown provisionally. Inspection of ground condition isessential prior to work commencing.Reassessment is essential when the ground conditions are apparent, andredesign may be necessary in the light of soil conditions found. Theresponsibility for establishing the soil and sub-soil conditions rests withthe contractor.Rev. DescriptionDate InitialsAC5351/PL05CNutbourne Park HouseMain House Elevations (1 of 2)LONDON OFFICE: 6 QUEEN SQUARE WC1N 3ATTEL: + 44 (0) 207 841 0140 FAX: + 44 (0) 207 713 6740TELEPHONE:+ 44 (0)1962 843843 FACSIMILE:+ 44 (0)1962 8433039 UPPER HIGH STREET, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE SO23 8UTwww.adamarchitecture.com contact@adamarchitecture.comADAM ARCHITECTURE IS A TRADING NAME OF ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS LIMITEDPROJECTTITLE:SCALE:DATE:DRAWING No:DRAWN BY:0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Scale 1:100SHADOWS SHOWN FOR MoDELLING PUROPSES ONLYMATERIALS* SOFT RED BRICKWORK WITH rubbed brick ARCHES* dressed STONE DETAILS* CLAY plain TILE ROOF* PAINTED TIMBER BRACKETED EAVES* painted metal rainwater goods* PAINTED TIMBER OCTAGONAL CUPOLA WITH LEAD ROOF* PAINTED TIMBER DORMER WITH LEAD ROOf AND CHEEKS* PAINTED TIMBER joineryEAST ELEVATIONnorth elevation26 01 09A ACminor corrections to shadowsACB 10 09 09 AMENDMENT TO GARAGE BLOCK ENTRANCESOUTH ELEVATIONACC 21 07 10 DRAWING LAYOUT UPDATED TO SHOW NEWADAM ARCHITECTURE LABEL1:100@A0JANUARY 2009Nutbourne park
  • 19. 18Pleasing symmetry of a classical design
  • 20. Each of the four elevations of the house is equally impressive whichwill be appreciated from the formal gardens and numerous vantagepoints along woodland paths in the landscape.The formal carriageway approach allows glimpses of the large upperlake which appears to be a swathe of river mirroring the sweep of thedrive with willow trees spilling into the water. A tantalising glimpseof rooftops teases the visitor onwards around the bend in the hillwhen the full glory of the house will be revealed.The carriageway arrives at the western elevation which makes a grandstatement with its splendid pillared entrance.19
  • 21. 20“Relatively few grand country houses have been createdwithin the last several decades and this is a unique site”Robert AdamClose to the house the formal gardens will be laid out toprovide an openness giving way to a sequence of lakesand the gentle rise of the wooded hills climbing awayinto the distance.Tennis courts and other leisure facilities incorporatedinto the landscape design may be tucked discreetlyaway or given prominence and there is also potentialfor a home farm.
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  • 23. Leisure facilities, staff accommodation,garaging and stabling are all placeddiscreetly but conveniently close to the mainhouse providing a self-contained estate.22
  • 24. Nestling within itsprotected environment23
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  • 26. NutbourNe park25Five principle reception rooms • nine fully ensuite bedrooms• nanny flat • housekeeper flat • two staff flats • gate lodge• three guest/staff cottages • stables with five loose horse boxes• grooms accommodation • indoor swimming pool• sauna/steam room • tennis court • three lakes• numerous streams running through glorious ancientwoodland with potential for a shootMain House and Swimming Pool 33,202 sq ftGaraging 4500 sq ftStaff Accommodation over garages 3580 sq ftGate Lodge 1001 sq ftStables 2100 sq ftGuest Cottages 3965 sq ft
  • 27. 26to swimmingpool/spato garages andstaff accommodationmainentranceGround FloorNutbourne parkMain HouseLibrary Saloon Drawing RoomHall Dining RoomCloaksWCWC LiftWine StoreWCServeryFamily RoomKitchen/Breakfast RoomBilliard/Games RoomCommercialKitchen
  • 28. 27First FloorStoreNutbourne parkMain HouseBedroom 6Bedroom 7Master BedroomMasterSitting RoomDressingDressingDressingDressingDressingEnsuiteEnsuiteEnsuiteDressingBedroom 5Bedroom 4 Bedroom 2Bedroom 3BalconyEnsuiteEnsuiteEnsuiteEnsuiteLiftCloset ClosetCCCloset
  • 29. Second Floor28NutbourNe parkMain HouseStaff Suite Suite 8Gymnasium BedroomBedroomClosetClosetKitchenSittingRoomNanny SuiteAtriumStoreSuite 10Suite 9 BedroomBathroomBathroomBathroomBathroom
  • 30. 29Ground FloormainhouseNutbourNe parkGarage CourtyardFirst FloorGarage CourtyardGarages GaragesGaragesGaragesStoreStore StoreStorenorth vehicleentrancesouth vehicleentranceStaff AccommodationOver GaragingLiving/Dining RoomStudyHallBedroom2Bedroom1ccw w wKitchenEnsEnsLiving/Dining RoomKitchenBedroom1Bedroom2Hallccw wwEnsEnsBathBathStudy
  • 31. 30mainhouseSwimming Pool/SpaNutbourNe parkSwimming Pool/Spa & StablesPoolChangingSteamRoom/SaunaStablesOfficeStable 4 Stable 3Stable 5Stable 6Stable 2 Stable 1Saddle RoomEstateStorage Area
  • 32. 31Blundens Cottage Gate HouseNutbourNe parkCottages & Gate HouseHalfpenny Cottage Vann CottageMaster BedroomBedroom 2Drawing Room Dining AreaKitchenDrawing Room Drawing Room Drawing RoomKitchenKitchenKitchenMaster Bedroom Master Bedroom Master BedroomBedroom 2 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 2Bathroom Bathroom BathroomC C CBathroom
  • 33. 32Amajestic settingThe perfect design and positioning of thehouse in relation to the grounds ensurewonderful views from all aspects. The landrises gently away from the level plain onwhich the house will sit.NutbourNe parkNUpper LakeMiddle LakeLower LakeCarriage DriveNorth LawnPaddockPaddock StablesTennisCourtGarageCourtyardEntry CourtSouthGardenEastGardenOrchardGate HouseCottagesN21421.46 Acres0.59 Ha27534.36 Acres1.76 Ha20062.16 Acres0.87 Ha72850.07 Acres0.03 Ha18161.88 Acres0.76 Ha11172.30 Acres0.93 Ha42561.33 Acres0.54 Ha07231.13 Acres0.46 Ha13780.25 Acres0.10 Ha02231.05 Acres0.43 Ha04141.49 Acres0.60 Ha16611.75 Acres0.71 Ha49317.89 Acres3.19 Ha325920.58 Acres8.33 Ha19613.99 Acres1.61 Ha94142.12 Acres0.86 Ha37766.38 Acres2.58 Ha45200.11 Acres0.05 Ha22920.38 Acres0.15 Ha84390.42 Acres0.17 Ha70181.70 Acres0.69 Ha76944.03 Acres1.63 Ha60865.40 Acres2.19 Ha37250.37 Acres0.15 Ha28220.34 Acres0.14 Ha65996.19 Acres2.51 Ha23170.65 Acres0.26 Ha10950.17 Acres0.07 Ha31873.59 Acres1.45 Ha61392.56 Acres1.04 Ha73000.18 Acres0.07 Ha50530.19 Acres0.08 Ha91073.72 Acres1.51 Ha96967.08 Acres2.87 Ha72010.58 Acres0.24 Ha86151.91 Acres0.77 Ha782420.85 Acres8.44 Ha90295.10 Acres2.06 Ha991712.39 Acres5.02 Ha06202.19 Acres0.89 Ha12162.18 Acres0.88 Ha91884.45 Acres1.80 Ha49590.29 Acres0.12 Ha441114.69 Acres5.94 Ha62165.05 Acres2.04 Ha58261.05 Acres0.43 Ha52251.15 Acres0.47 Ha22242.66 Acres1.08 Ha27291.05 Acres0.43 Ha38890.38 Acres0.15 Ha36981.55 Acres0.63 Ha15980.77 Acres0.31 Ha20911.16 Acres0.47 Ha24973.61 Acres1.46 Ha06841.26 Acres0.51 Ha72190.14 Acres0.06 Ha25070.15 Acres0.06 Ha39940.48 Acres0.19 Ha26890.77 Acres0.31 Ha10990.90 Acres0.37 Ha13980.59 Acres0.24 Ha04042.54 Acres1.03 Ha92410.83 Acres0.34 Ha78401.03 Acres0.42 Ha61390.17 Acres0.07 Ha91381.89 Acres0.77 Ha10383.68 Acres1.49 Ha43012.70 Acres1.09 Ha38992.26 Acres0.92 Ha27941.41 Acres0.57 Ha28032.47 Acres1.00 Ha12061.43 Acres0.58 Ha19971.65 Acres0.67 HaColemans CopseUpper Paddocks GateMain DriveCarriage DriveUpper Pockford BrookColemans WoodBackGateVann CopseHalfpenny CopseHambledon HurstBlundens Wood Vann LaneGate34722.24 Acres0.91 HaUpper LakeMiddle LakeLowerLake 40510.27 Acres0.11 HaLowerLakeThis Plan is published for guidance only, and although it is believed to becorrect its accu racy is not guaranteed, nor is it intended to form part of anycontract. Where this plan is based on the Ordnance Survey map it is with thesanction of the controller of H. M. Stationery Office Crown Copyright reserved.Licence No. 100021721Land use:WoodlandScrubVerge / misc.WaterOrchardHeathlandRocks / BouldersBuilding (Residential)Building / Structure (Agricultural)
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  • 35. 34Interiors that exude style and grandeurNutbourne Park will provide the perfect environment for the ultimatein gracious living. The palatial scale of the house provides for a bespokelayout and highly personalised leisure facilities.
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  • 37. Working together with designers and specialistcraftsmen to create a unique interior is oneof the most exciting, life-defining moments.The classical proportions of the formal rooms and circulationspace allow for large scale features such as stone pillarsand fabulous galleried staircases. This is an outstandingbackdrop for existing collections of art and furniture or theconsummate excuse to launch into new ones.The benefits of dealing with a virgin building, constructedto the very latest specifications are incalculable. Levelsof insulation, concealed electronics and state of the arttechnology enable not only an elegant and imposing houseto be created but also a home which has the highest degreeof comfort and convenience.Creating a legacy36
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  • 40. 39Gardens are an integral part of the English countryside. They arepart of the pattern, merging with it and forming an indivisiblepart of the whole. Something about England seems to engendera compulsion to garden, to create a landscape and nowhere is thepotential as great to make a new major country house gardenas Nutbourne Park.The initial design is by eminent garden designer Michael Balstonand comprises a series of terraces providing a platform for thehouse bedecked with brightly coloured floral beds leading to thecool green lawns and on to the lakes and streams beyond.This area is some forty acres and is surrounded by ancient woodlandwhich gives a classic and private backdrop for this new garden.Formal gardensand landscape
  • 41. 40Hambledon -an idyllic Surrey villagesteeped in historyVillage life centres around the church, village hall, the village shop and thecricket club with active committees and fund raising for local communityprojects. St Peter’s Church was rebuilt in the mid-19th century and replaced anearly medieval church on the site.However two ancient yews in the churchyard indicate an even earlier settlementwith the larger claiming the title of the oldest tree so far recorded in Surrey anddates back to AD800.This ancient village was established more than a thousandyears ago and a strong sense of community has developed.
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  • 44. 43Many of the local villages have grown from clustersof farm holdings with the larger centres of Guildford,Haslemere and Godalming gaining strength from theirproximity to London with fast rail and road links to thecapital. However, a slower pace of life can be enjoyedin this rural setting more in tune with the seasonsand traditional country pursuits.The widespread gentrification of Surrey villages hasseen an appreciation of period homes and a desire toretain and improve cottages and larger homes inthese rural areas.However, even with many people commuting to largerconurbations on a daily basis, many local incomes arestill reliant on rural lifestyles and this lends the areaa background rooted in tradition.Aslower pace of life
  • 45. 44An enviable lifestyleThe space within Nutbourne Park itself offers fabulousopportunities for country pursuits with woodlandpaths for walking, fishing on the lakes, paddocks forhorses with a network of bridleways on the doorstepand superb undergrowth for raising of young fowl forthe shooting season.
  • 46. 45Within the Surrey Hills’Area of Outstanding NaturalBeauty there is a diverse and rich landscape waiting tobe discovered, accessed by an extensive footpath androad network surrounded by beautiful countryside,wooded hills, heathland and valleys.Within the local area there is unlimited access toleisure pursuits including golf, rugby, cricket, tennisand sailing on lakes and the south coast with additionalspectator sports such as polo at Cowdray Park,horse racing at Ascot to the North and all manner ofattractions at Goodwood in the South.
  • 47. 46Just a short distancefrom one of the world’sgreatest citiesFrom this quiet and private setting in the heart of the Englishcountryside the connections are, however, exceptional with mostof London’s best-known landmarks just a short distance away.Commuting to the West End and the City is easy and convenient.For those at the heart of domestic and international business,this is a fantastic base within easy reach of commuter routes andboth major and private airports.Transport LinksCentral London 40 miles 62 minutesHeathrow 32 miles 45 minutesGatwick 33 miles 51 minutesFarnboroughAirport 18 miles 30 minutesBlackbusheAirport 23 miles 39 minutesSouth Coast 40 miles 53 minutesTrainGodalming 50 minutes to London WaterlooGuildford 42 minutes to London Waterloo
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  • 50. 49Hambledon • SurreyLONDONM20M26AbingdonLeatherheadBillingshurston ThamesHaywardsHeathLymingtonMidhurstFaringdonBordonOngarHeathfieldGodalmingHaslemereStockbridgeRomseyArundelBurgessHillHailshamCanveyIslandGrainHenley-on-ThamesHytheCowesAltonTadleyThealeHartleyWintneyStokenchurchLewesNewhavenEastGrinsteadHorshamPetersfieldAndover FarnhamMaidenheadDorkingReigateSevenoaksAmershamChichesterUckfieldRoyalTunbridgeWellsStainesEsherWokingFarnboroughBillericayRayleighHighWycombeWindsorBasingstokeReadingWinchesterGuildfordCrawleyEastbourneBrightonPortsmouthSouthamptonWorthingNewburyGoodwoodHambledonPetworthM25M25M23M3M3M4M27A3A3A3GatwickHeathrowBlackbusheFarnboroughM4NutbourneParkAscotCowdrayPark
  • 51. Unlimited potentialThis exciting project will bear the hallmarks of an individual personality whowill steer Nutbourne Park onto a sustainable path for future generations.Nutbourne Park provides the opportunity for the most spectacular house to be built inthe modern era in a truly idyllic location surrounded by quiet countryside. With unlimitedpotential to enjoy country pursuits, the custodians of the estate will be able to enjoy peace andsolitude in one of the most natural environments to be found anywhere in England.