Originally built for John Brocas, King Edward III's Master of the Horse, the Beaurepaire Estate stayed in the Brocas family for over 500 years. The main house is adorned with ionic plinths, columns and architraves; these details are a strong testament to Palladian designs of the Georgian era (Beaurepaire was rebuilt in 1777 after colossal damage during the civil war).
The classy polish of brushed brass in our 700 series connotes regal metals. They also remain utterly discreet in the floors of a house with such ancestral grandeur. - Beaurepaire Park
700 series trimless floor box in a brushed brass finish