Hitchambury Farm is built on the site of the ruins of an old Dutch barn and is set on the edge of the beautiful village of Taplow in Buckinghamshire.
Designed and built with 2 functions in mind; luxury and sustainability, the house boasts a total carbon free energy efficient design with a proven technology, though very new within the UK, this system is called a Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage System (STES). Along with solar panels and STES, this house can be totally carbon free.
The completed property will offer approximately 7,500 sq.ft. of accommodation arranged over 2 floors, along with garaging and a workshop, accessed via a 180m long private driveway. Highlights include open-plan living on the ground floor with a SCHMIDT kitchen and Miele appliances, 5 bedroom suites and underfloor heating throughout with primary heating via Air Source heat pump with whole house ventilation. Hot water is heated via 8 solar thermal panels positioned on the roof and any excess heat generated by the solar panels is stored within a thermal store for use at a later date. The state of art green heating system is also aided by exceptionally high levels of thermal insulation making this new home exceptionally kind to the environment. In addition, Sedum green roofs are installed. These filter particulate matter from the air and convert CO2 into oxygen, consequently contributing to air purification.
Lower Ground Floor
Upper Ground Floor
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Hitcham Lane, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, SL6