Beautiful spaces and amazing places
Our design team has been driven by a passionate commitment to create a modern living space that sympathetically restores and indeed enhances the original Edwardian buildings and spaces and creates new spaces perfectly developed for modern living.
Our considered and respectful approach to the development will see the restoration of the original Pavilions and open garden spaces, enhanced by the addition of magnificent new detached and semi-detached homes whose design is sympathetic to the Edwardian architecture of the listed buildings but reflects additional influences from contemporaneous rural Edwardian architecture.
From the moment you enter Belvoir Park you will get a sense of the wonderful marriage of magnificent architectural heritage and idyllic countryside living that will epitomise the development. The layout of homes in the initial phases is formed from a series of flowing, organic, interconnected spaces inspired by the best Edwardian garden city planning that will emphasise the transition from the central gardens to the adjacent parkland and beyond. Streets will feel more like semi-rural lanes and generous front and rear gardens will be enhanced with considered new planting and landscaping throughout the development to complement the original established trees, shrubs and landscaping.
Our new homes will feature a mix of brick and render finishes, in keeping with the more rural feel of this part of the development, each incorporating individual features and finishes that reflect their Edwardian inspiration.
The design concept for the existing buildings at Belvoir Park was very much driven by the desire to retain their magnificent external envelope with as little intervention as possible. To achieve this, many modern additions, which had been added to the original structures over recent times will be removed. Sensitive restoration will bring the buildings back to their original quality, using construction methods sympathetic to the original design and materials.
The buildings will be sub-divided vertically to create a series of townhouses with beautiful staircases inserted as freestanding elements within the existing structures. The scale and proportion of the newly created spaces will be large and in keeping with the existing buildings. The proposed townhouses have been designed as a series of open plan spaces for living and reception areas with generous bedrooms above. These spaces will retain the grandeur and proportion of the original buildings.
The adjacent mansion buildings have been carefully designed to sit in harmony with the grandeur of the existing buildings. The scale of the new buildings will be sympathetic to the original buildings and the large impressive central spaces. Great care has been taken in ensuring the detailing of the new mansion houses is in keeping with the period style of the original architecture and flows seamlessly from one to the other.
The mansion house interiors have been designed to provide generous family accommodation with a scale and proportion that reflects the quality of the original buildings.