Contemporary flint home, Surrey
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Planning permission submitted for contemporary life-time home in grade II listed grounds.
Set in the grounds of a C16th grade II listed hall, a new outbuilding has been designed for Pat and Rose, both in their 80’s, so that they can live close to family. The proposed home is nestled into the corner of the generous garden, backing onto woodland and tucked behind a two storey, black weatherboard clad barn.
The house is single storey and made of three forms – two pitched, housing the bedrooms and living areas, and in-between is the entrance and utility spaces. Materials are natural – flint and stone with slate to the roof.
The home is timber frame and highly insulated. A covered walkway shades the glazed corridor, stopping direct sun in summer but allowing it to warm in winter. An air source heat pump provides all the energy needed for the home.
The design has been submitted for planning and is due to start on site in July this year.
Thank you so much for all your efforts to date, we are very pleased with the way it has gone so far.
|Client:||Glen and Jane for Pat and Rose.|