British High Commission Residence
Client – British Government
Architect – Edwin Lutyens
Area – 2.5 acres
Cost – 1 crore
Construction year –  1993

British Ambassador’s residence is a Lutanys bungalow on Kasturba Gandhi Marg.

The old colonial bungalow has around two acres of garden space. The property has some beautiful mature trees of Mango, Chorisia, Cassia and Bauhinia. The garden is designed taking into account the symmetry and axial lines of the house. The axis is carried through the garden & culminates at a high fountain jet.

Smaller volume of space around the house, works as extension of living room and the larger space works well for shows and fairs and also has a separate entry from the forecourt.

Swimming pool area is an enclosed space next to the guest cottage. The garden has a peripheral walk, going through interesting nooks & corners.

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