The lower floor has ample space for a study, utility room and wet room.
If downstairs is defined by space and flow, upstairs tells a very different story. The design here generates a sense of intimacy and a tranquil retreat from the busyness of life downstairs.
Whilst flow and beauty are the primary function of the property, there is a deeply pragmatic touch to all the aspects. Designed with future proofing in mind, the space combines artisanal focus with practical function for when Christine, the self builder grows older.
Externally, the theme of open space continues and blends seamlessly with the house thanks to the large patio doors.
As you look upon the house, you see the attention to detail that’s integral to the Potton process. Reclaimed slate from the former property tiles the roof and provides a consistent aesthetic with surrounding buildings. The walls are a combination of red brick and weatherboard façades.