Location: Oxfordshire, England
Price: £2,500,000 (approximately $2,867,212 USD)
Architect: John Outram
Year Built: 1999
Footprint: Three bedrooms, two baths
From the Agent: "Sphinx Hill is an architectural masterpiece. Built in 1999, the postmodernist property was designed by British architect John Outram as a modern interpretation of an ancient Egyptian home and boasts richly colored interiors, breathtaking design details, glorious gardens, and sweeping river views. Outram’s use of brilliant hues and bold gestures has earned him a high reputation. Among his works are the Storm Water Pumping Station, Isle of Dogs London (1985–8, now Grade II* listed), the New House at Wadhurst Park, Sussex (1978–86, now Grade I listed), and the Computational Engineering Building (Duncan Hall). Sphinx Hill is no exception to this architect’s impressive works. Dubbed locally as the ‘Egyptian House,’ the home is immediately eye-catching with its eclectic exterior and commanding riverfront position."
Sphinx Hill in Oxfordshire, England, is currently listed for £2,500,000 (approximately $2,867,212 USD) by Knight Frank Real Estate.
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