The Glenn was an ugly duckling on a great plot looking down the New Market valley into Nailsworth. A 1960’s bungalow constructed from reconstituted stone under a concrete tile roof.
The rooms were cramped and the internal configuration had no flow. The brief was to redevelop the existing building into a four bedroomed family home with a strong external identity while harmonising with the neighbouring properties and therefore enhancing the immediate area.
Internally we’ve created an open, airy space exploiting the views and orientation of the sun.
We also understood that the rear elevation would be a major part of the design as it was so prominent from the road up to New Market. The photographs show the building currently under construction.
In the next week or so, depending we get some good weather, we will be finishing the roof ready for the installation of the doors and windows. Very exciting! Watch this post for more comments and pictures to follow and please ask any questions through the contact link at top right of this page.