Deep in the heart of the English countryside stands the Mansion at Sondes Place. Clad in white stucco, it’s a vision of Georgian grandeur. Originally built in 1850 by famed architect Thomas Cubitt, this Surrey Hills estate has recently been transformed into a series of duplexes and penthouses, all of which boast a lavish contemporary twist. Let’s take a closer look at one of the residences in this modern mansion.

White stucco exterior facade of a modern mansion set in the English countryside | NONAGON.style

Pastoral Bliss

With plenty of greenery and outdoor space, not to mention those commanding views over the Surrey Hills, the Mansion at Sondes Hill is the ideal ‘escape to the country’ pile for those seeking pastoral bliss. However, for us design aficionados, it’s the interiors which has us packing up our city condos ASAP.

Front exterior facade of a Georgian modern mansion in the English countryside | NONAGON.styleClassic contemporary living room of a modern mansion with neutral tones and grand fireplace | NONAGON.style

Decorating a Modern Mansion

The task of decorating the interiors fell to Italian furniture company, Alivar. Known for their effortlessly luxe aesthetic, it’s no surprise to see that Alivar chose to style the residences of the Mansion at Sondes Place in a beautiful contemporary elegant aesthetic. Think neutral hues matched with clean minimal lines and rich textured accents.

Contemporary elegant living room of a modern mansion with statement cow print armchair and pops of yellow design accents | NONAGON.styleContemporary luxe living room of a modern mansion with fireplace and pops of yellow | NONAGON.style

In the living room, unexpected design details add a touch of personality to the space. A statement cow print accent chair, for instance. Or the pops of sunshine yellow. It helps to make the space feel less formal.

Elegant formal dining room of a modern mansion with floor to ceiling drapes and wood floor | NONAGON.style

The dining room, on the other hand, revels in its grandiosity. It’s the ideal place for a dignified dinner soiree. We especially love how the floor-to-ceiling drapes work to accentuate the height of this space, adding to the splendor of this room.

Contemporary luxe dining room of a modern mansion with fireplace and statement lighting | NONAGON.styleMonochrome chic kitchen of a modern mansion with island and hanging glass pendant lights | NONAGON.style

In contrast to its location in rural Surrey, the kitchens of this modern mansion exudes minimalist chic. A monochrome palette is simple but effective, complemented with glass and chrome accents.

Black and white minimalist kitchen of a modern mansion with glass and chrome accents | NONAGON.style

There’s a sleekness to this space, thanks to the handle-less cabinetry and the symmetry of the island. Hanging pendant lights complete the look, bringing depth and dimension to the space.

Neutral-toned bedroom of a modern mansion with faux fur design accents and contemporary luxe aesthetic | NONAGON.style

All the bedrooms in this modern mansion are generously proportioned. Yet these spaces still feel cozy and intimate thanks to the oversize furnishings which anchor the rooms. An abundance of soft furnishings, including faux fur throws and plush carpet, ups the snug factor.

Elegant bedroom of a modern mansion exudes cozy chic | NONAGON.styleGlass conservatory on the rooftop of a modern mansion for indoor outdoor living | NONAGON.style

The Best of Both Worlds

Escape to the country with a lavish contemporary twist – the Mansion at Sondes captures the best of both worlds for those who can’t decide between the good life and contemporary city luxe. How would you like to live in this modern mansion?

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