Benham Park – a Georgian mansion in England

Posted on Sun, 6 Feb 2022 by KiM

It doesn’t get much grander than this. Spectacular! Benham Park is 30,000sqft Grade II* listed Georgian mansion set within 130 acres of parkland, just west of Newbury. Designed by Henry Holland and extensive landscapes by Capability Brown, the estate was built by the Craven family in 1776. Albion Nord was appointed to project manage, interior design, procure the FF&E and dress the house. The interior design is purposefully paired back in response to the ornate classical architectural features, and designed for modern, comfortable country living. (A quick search tells me this home was on the market a few years ago for £26 million) Photos: Kensington Leverne

Barb Ward says:

I love Sundays

April says:

Beautiful….the fireplaces and moldings….wow!

Anke says:

And I’ll have the cosy library and the vaulted hallway, please! Thanks.

Jen says:

Absolutely beautiful, lovely mix of modern and classic – inspiring.

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