This property was built in 2003 as a private family home.
The property comprises of a new build sustainable passive house with adjoining workshop and riding stables with a total floor area of 9,700 sq ft residential house with 10 acres of grounds.
Situated near the Royal Family’s official residence at Windsor Castle, this former greyhound racing yard was four years in planning, culminating in winning a landmark planning appeal based on its green credentials. This 10-acre site incorporating equestrian facilities, is built from reclaimed materials and uses renewable energy sources. It is also built to Passive Haus standards (the fastest growing energy performance standard in the world) and is a zero carbon dwelling. The site is self-sufficient in electricity – powered by photovoltaic panels and it’s own wind turbine. As a result this 9700 sq ft property uses less energy than a 1075 sq ft conventionally built 3 bedroom semi-detached house.