Caring Wood is an aptly named and inventively designed multigenerational house located in bucolic Kent that adheres to the ethos of sustainability.
Designed by Macdonald Wright Architects, thousands of trees were planted when the modern, over 1,000 sq. m. family house was built. Consisting of four structures with interlinked roofs with towers in a pinwheel formation and an inner courtyard in the middle plus a separate lodge, it boasts over ten bedrooms including a master suite, several living and sitting rooms, a large kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room, several studies, a home cinema, a game room, a winter garden, and a large gallery perfect for housing an art collection and holding events and parties.
The materials with which the house was built were carefully selected and locally sourced. Light wells and windows flood the interior in natural light and provide amazing views of the sky, the meadows, and the garden with a central pond. In 2017, it won the RIBA House of the Year award and it’s not hard to see why. Its unrivalled natural beauty and ingenious design will speak to those looking for a truly unique property.
Interior: 1,501 sq. m., lodge: 145 sq. m., land: 84 acres. The property is being sold by Strutt & Parker.
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