Kingsham Farm

A compact Palladian inspired country house in coursed rubble stone with ashlar dressings. It has a simple seven-bay elevation with pediments on the entrance and garden fronts. The entrance has an elaborate stone doorcase carved with splayed sides and a scrolled open pediment inspired by the Polish and German Baroque (“as if a grand tourist had spent time in the Hapsburg empire on the way home.”) It has a simple plan with a through hall / drawing room.



Midhurst, West Sussex.

Year of Build



2010 – Stone Federation Great Britain. New Build Tradition.

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