This three-bedroom house balances a modest exterior with spectacular internal spaces. Entry is via a wind-lobby and utility room at the rear, leading through to an open-plan kitchen and dining area. It then opens up into a dramatic, double height living area, which appears from the outside an extension, so as to preserve the core building’s striking, symmetrical design.
A large bedroom downstairs has direct access to a ‘Jack and Jill’ bathroom, while a stair leads up to two generous bedrooms and a further bathroom.
Details and external materials can be changed according to your local vernacular, or to meet planning guidelines. This may be particularly important if you live in a conservation area or a national park.