ECHOING GREEN CASE STUDY
When we set out to build Echoing Green, our brief was to create a true baronial manor, that combined the spirit and grandeur of traditional medieval styling, with exceptional luxury throughout. We believe our goal has been achieved.
As you travel up the driveway you cannot fail to see that Echoing Green exudes a certain confidence. Whether it’s due to the impressive three storey elevation, it’s bold commitment to style, or it’s marked individuality depends on the eye of the beholder.
The Luytens Surrey style fenestration boasts hand-made clay bricks and roof tiles. The windows are of the traditional metal casement variety with spot leaded light detailing. They are set within Manor section window frames in a combination of solid oak and Portland stone. All this results in a look of endurance and strength.
The imposing entrance vestibule is reminiscent of a medieval castle, with skilful masonry and an imposing solid oak front door in sixteenth century gothic chaser style. The galleried entrance hall features an antique fire surround beautifully hand carved in oak. Above you is a majestic ceiling hand decorated Tudor rose and gilding in the same style as the Wolsey Room at Hampton Court. Suspended from the ceiling is a magnificently proportioned hand-made coronet style chandelier, 7 foot in height, 6 foot in width.
Who could not be blown away !!!!