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Hancocks Mount, Ascot
A luxury residential development, subject to planning, comprises of 85,680.73 sq. feet plot of land located at the end of a quiet road leading to the old DeBeers Industrial Estate containing Charters Estate, the Art Deco listed mansion originally constructed for Frank Parkinson and once occupied by Sir Winston Churchill, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, King Edward VIII and Mrs Simpson.
The site currently holds a planning consent for two Villas of 11,800 ft² respectively. The proposed development, subject to planning, anticipates the creation two contemporary Art Deco inspired developments of 11,000 sq. feet that will complement the style of the neighbouring Charter’s House Building and exploit the amazing southerly views across rolling Surrey countryside.
The site lies outside the Green Belt with land to the north and west being part of the wider residential. It is situated 24 miles (38 km) west of Central London and about 1.5 miles from Sunningdale. Sunningdale has excellent road communications and transport links with a railway station on the Waterloo to Reading line which has a level crossing on the A30 and the M3 (London to Southampton motorway), the M4 (London to Swansea motorway) and M25 (London orbital motorway), all within close proximity. Sporting facilities in the area include the world famous golf clubs of Wentworth and Sunningdale, racing is held at Ascot and polo fixtures take place at Guards Polo Club, Smith’s Lawn.
The proposed developments anticipate 6 en-suite bedrooms, a gym, cinema and potential pool and spa facilities of the house to be located at the ground level, linked to the reception area with the South garden through the main interior staircase. At Entrance Level, the proposed residence encompasses the entrance hall, garage and living spaces located and connected to the South garden through the exterior staircase and staff quarters including the courtyard located on the first floor. The finishes of interior and exterior of the building aims to preserve the white/beige stone appearance of the adjacent Charter’s buildings. Art Deco inspiration finds new interpretation in the contemporary design of the proposed scheme.
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