A luxe ‘super home’ in Lancashire is up for a prestigious award and is thought to be one of the best designed residential houses in the world.

The gorgeous mansion is located in the rural village of Wiswell in the Ribble Valley.

It has been nominated for a SBID International Design Awards as the best residential house over £1m category for its interior design.

Lancashire Telegraph: The house exterior (Photo: Design by UBER)The house exterior (Photo: Design by UBER)

The SBID awards are judged by a panel of experts – but part of the final vote is decided by the public.

Once you take a look inside, it’s clear to see why the home is a finalist in its category as the interiors have been designed to perfection.

The property was created by Design By UBER who describe the build as “the epitome of sophisticated comfort.”

The simplistic, yet elegant, design is inspired by Armani hotels.

As you enter the property, the first thing you notice is the statement staircase with illuminated tread lighting. 

This leads up to a sky bridge with concealed lighting and which opens up into several room.

Carrying on, you will find yourself in the entertainment room ideal for keeping guests occupied and amazed during their stay.

The house even comes with its own golf simulator.

You could have a day out on the ground floor which has its own home office, gym and even a bar to relax in after a hard day at work; the backlit curved bar in is the focal point of the room.

Lancashire Telegraph: Fancy a game on the golf simulator?Fancy a game on the golf simulator?

Lighting is a key component to setting the mood of the home as it is used to highlight feature artwork and staircases.

Every detail has been considered in the abode, from the contrasting texture of the walls to the choice of colouring of the furnishings.

The kitchen is easily the heart of the home, with timber cabinets, dramatic vaulted ceilings and gorgeous backlit stone walls.

Lancashire Telegraph: Living room and kitchen (Photo: Design by UBER)Living room and kitchen (Photo: Design by UBER)

Arguable, the show-stopper of the home is the state of the art sound-proof cinema room which can be entered via a secret door.

The walls in this room are covered in suede and panels are fitted with LED lights to make it really feel like a cinematic experience.

Lancashire Telegraph: The bedroom (Photo: Design by UBER)The bedroom (Photo: Design by UBER)

The bedrooms and dressing rooms are fitted with bespoke cabinets and illuminated shelved to best display the owner’s top-class shoe collection.

Simon Evans, Managing Director of the project said: "This is a classic example of how involvement at an early stage combined with intelligent design enabled us to evolve this family house into a uniquely intuitive home."

If you want to vote for the property in the SBID Design Awards, you can do so over on their website.


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