Hale secures Sunningdale mansion contract with Ascot Design

Hale secures Sunningdale mansion contract with Ascot Design

Following a competitive tender process that began last August, Hale has started work on a prestigious classical home in the exclusive Sunningdale area of Berkshire, with architects Ascot Design.

This is the second project that Hale will undertake with the architectural practice, following the successful completion of an extensive contemporary new build property in Surrey earlier this year.

The new neo-classical home will feature Palladian references in Ascot Design’s signature architectural style. Decorative brickwork and intricate stonework detailing will abound, portico entrance, Doric columns, pediments, ornate external cornices, friezes and quoins.

The 70-week programme includes demolition of an existing property and all construction services through to landscaping and interior finishings. The 10,000 sq ft mansion will replacean existing property on the 1.5-acre plot and will include a tennis court, 5 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms, 7 bathrooms, a lift, and luxurious interior design, with many finishes yet to be confirmed.

Hale MD, Christian Hale, said:

“We’re very pleased to be furthering our partnership with the team at Ascot Design. After the delivery of our contemporary new build project in Windlesham, we know they understand our ability to execute highly detailed work. Hale’s meticulous planning, quality standards and effective teamwork aligns so well with Ascot Design’s approach, so we’re confident this will be another very successful collaboration.


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