Kemeys Folly is a Grade II Listed former hunting lodge with origins dating back to circa 1712. Rebuilt in the early 20th Century and combines both historic and functional living.
A remarkable transformation has taken place during the present owners occupancy and Kemeys Folly and its subsequent additions has been the subject of much fascination and media attention.
Featured on Channel 4's Grand Designs programme and considered an architectural success, the property combines both historic and functional contemporary living.
Designed by award winning architects Davis Sutton, the property incorporates a beautifully appointed and highly specified interior and is situated on an elevated and level ridge with breathtaking 360° views taking in nine counties. Enjoying an east-west orientation, the outlook includes the Severn Estuary and North Somerset to the front, with the Usk Valley and the Brecon Beacons to the rear.
There are 24 acres of historic woodland and pasture offered with the property, including the prerequisite equestrian facilities as well as formal gardens, terraces and a swimming pool complex.
Please note photography is dated May 2011.
The views from this contemporary home are simply unrivalled.Richard Brooks