I don't think people are understanding your vision. I have had a similar idea that I, frankly, don't have the funds to back. I wanted to create a "playground" of natural backdrops for photo shoots. Need a little bridge over a stream? Got it. Need an ivy covered stone wall? Got it. How about a trellis with roses? Got that too. The sky's the limit. Bamboo forest, castle ruins, Koi pond, tree swing, daffodil lawn, secluded knoll, meditative waterfall with tall decorative grasses, you name it. Anything a good set designer can build can make for that perfect shooting location, all within walking distance and all carefully manicured. As for creativity, it would all still be up to the photographer. How many photographers go to the same local "found" locations because everyone knows how pretty they are? I can name you several locations in my area I could travel to and find a wedding or portrait photographer at. Why because it's local, it's accessible and its known for its beauty. Does that stop the next photographer from using it because other have done so ad nauseum? Absolutely not. Our local waterfall can see two or three wedding parties in a weekend because it's an "idyllic location".
If I had a place that was designed by a photographer to take advantage of the terrain, understood the lighting any given day of the year and had power access for lights... I'd be on that. Like I said, I've had this idea for years but never the means to implement it in my area. Instead, I have to rely on 'found' locations.