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Mobberley Golf Club

Mobberley Golf Course is surrounded predominantly by farmland to all sides, the golf course covers approximately 32.5 ha and was developed in the mid 1990’s as a nine hole course. The club house attracted a limited membership and non members were invited to play on a ‘pay and play’ basis.

Given the economic downturn and the membership dwindling, the Golf Club was no longer profitable and as such NC Architecture were commissioned to re-develop the site to create a manor house style property with associated outbuildings, which would sit within its own landscape of formal gardens on the site of the existing club house and car park. The golf course would be maintained as an existing golf course for private use and allow views of the wider landscape from the property.

The scale and form of the proposed manor house was carefully considered to fit appropriately with the surrounding landscape. The buildings were oriented to create an attractive and prominent Georgian style frontage that addressed the driveway and created a sense of arrival that would be typical of detached country estate homes. The living, dining, formal lounge and master bedroom accommodation were located to the south side of the site to benefit from the aspect over the rear garden and golf course, as well as solar orientation. The arrangement of the buildings was developed from looking carefully at the typology of buildings in the area. The common themes of the local properties and their use of land are including formal courtyards, division of formal house from coach houses and / or barns and / or stables, informed the design.


‘The Island’, 1st Floor Suite,
St. Ann’s Parade, Alderley Road,
Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 1HG

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