Knight Frank have just listed IQ’s Ansty Manor project for sale on their online property portal. The traditional Grade II listed building in Salisbury benefited from a modern glass extension last year to replace an old and dark out building attached to the side of the house.
The appeal of these beautiful traditional country homes is self-evident when you look at the handsome architecture and the tranquil grounds of the houses but buyers also look for the comforts of modern living when buying a new property.
Listed with 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, tennis court, stables and an impressive indoor swimming pool complex, comprising an immaculate indoor pool, Jacuzzi, gym, sauna, changing rooms and kitchenette the property boasts the charm of a traditional 16th century cottage with 21st century luxuries.
The online listing of course mentions the “addition of a stunning garden room” last year which was designed and executed by IQ Glass. This addition further improves the appeal of this beautiful home creating greater access and views across the immaculate gardens within 18 acres of land including a 1 acre natural lake.
This particular garden room was constructed using IQ’s slim framed sliding glass doors around two sides, with a structural glass rooflight within the zinc clad roof and a frameless glass link connecting the extension to the traditional building.
A local Knight Frank representative explained that modern extension like this appeal greatly to home buyers at the moment with the trend towards ‘indoor outdoor’ living expanding. This effect attempts to merge the internal living spaces with the external gardens and is especially beneficial when you have views such as those afforded to Ansty Manor.
Contact IQ Glass to find out more about including a “stunning garden room” to your own property or visit our architectural glass showroom to gain some inspiration
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