Situated in an impressive four and a half acres, Cherry Hill's modern architecture is as striking today as when it was first built. Sensitive and ambitious restoration has retained the original architectural character and elegance of the property, whilst creating a wholly sustainable modern home with all the space, amenities and services an owner would expect of a house in such prestigious location.It's rare to find a modernist house in such a generous setting. It is uniquely situated in the middle island at the heart of the Wentworth estate, the site of many of the country's most prestigious properties. London is less than 45 minutes away; Windsor, Ascot and Heathrow International Airport are less than 20 minutes drive. It's a location that offers high degree of privacy and security and allows the owner easy access to the Cotswolds and the beautiful countryside due west.Cherry hill's architecture immediately sets it apart from any other property in Wentworth, or indeed, any other house in the country. Designed by Oliver Hill, a British architect who embraced Modernism and had a strong appreciation of fine materials. Oliver Hill's decorative finishes gives the property an effortless, luxurious feel inspired by the Modernist Movement and in particular Mies van der Rohe. The east wing of the house has been rebuilt and now houses a basement cinema, study and wine cellar with a subterranean link to a new single-storey, stand-alone pavilion which provides guest accommodation and a large garage. To the west of the main house, a complete new wing has been constructed beyond the defining curved wall of Hill's original design. Planned on three levels, this provides a generous part double-height reception room, two guest bedrooms adjoining a south-facing balcony, a spa and relaxation suite and the house's most dramatic contemporary feature – an underground swimming pool with descending floor.