St Ann's Court is a unique and iconic modern country estate in Surrey, just 30 minutes West of Central London. Encompassing eight acres of spectacularly lush grounds, the property has its origins in the 18th century, but is a 1930s modernist masterpiece at its heart. Offering just under 12,000 sq. feet of interior space across 34 rooms, the residence comprises a pair of substantial yet contrasting buildings: ‘The Round House' and ‘The Coach House'.
The primary home, the circular three-storey Round House is a Grade II* modernist masterpiece by renowned architect Sir Raymond McGrath – a devotee of the modernist movement's greatest pioneer, Le Corbusier. The accommodation in the main Round House is arranged over three floors, with the entrance on the ground floor, the other principle rooms on this floor are the spectacular circular living room, dining room, Mondrian inspired kitchen and library.
The coach house once part of the estate's original 18th-century manor home was converted into a world-class music studio in the 1980s. The interiors of The Coach House are thoroughly contemporary with double-height ceilings making it an ideal entertainment and work space.
The grounds of St Ann's Court are a separate delight with a mixture of contemporary and traditional landscapes and features seven distinct gardens, woodland and five ponds. It is also well suited for equestrian pursuits with ample room for stable blocks and horse riding.
Sitting atop St Ann's Hill in Surrey, this extraordinary estate is framed by a protected nature reserve and surrounded by lakes. St Ann's Court is close to picturesque towns and villages like Virginia Water, Windsor and Ascot and is only a ten minute drive from Heathrow airport. The area is rich in history and nature with great pubs, restaurants and outstanding schools. Fairfoaks airport for private planes and the famous Wentworth golf club are only a short distance away.