Cubist influences shape this house.
This is a four bedroom family house with clean lined, angular architecture, externally clad with timber and render. Thoughtful design separates the master suite from the other living areas and three further bedrooms and a second living room allow for a guest suite and childrens’ relaxation/work space.
In the main living and dining area, a walk-through kitchen looks over the dining room, lit by a series of rooflights. Both kitchen and dining areas open to the living room with access to the garden on two sides.
All rooms are very generously proportioned and are practically designed with ample provision for storage cupboards and wardrobes. Access to the garden has been included on all four sides of the house and the highly practical door to the laundry room avoids muddy boots and clothes having to be taken through the entrance or living areas.