This large four-bedroomed house is a variant of the generously proportioned LH502 Longhouse, adding a box dormer to allow the upstairs bedrooms to share a bathroom: a perfect choice for families with children.
Compared to the LH402D, this model’s extra width makes the dramatic double-height living area even more spectacular; its vaulted ceiling and wood-burning stove form the home’s natural focal point. Large areas of glazing open onto a deck, bringing the outside in. Ideally, the living room windows will frame the views while making best use of passive solar gain throughout the year.
One downstairs bedroom enjoys its own en-suite, while the second bedroom is sometimes used as a home office. Upstairs rooms are reached by a feature stair leading from the dining area. With twin roof-lights, plus built-in drawers and cupboards, these bedrooms are functional and airy. These large rooms share access to a central bathroom.