Eco House, Trevarrick Road

The previous bungalow was falling into disrepair and badly needed updating to the modern age. Therefore, we proposed a light, airy replacement dwelling with ample private amenity space, including gardens to the rear and side and a generous roof terrace at first floor level.

The new dwelling is larger than the previous bungalow. However, with the lower floor set back into the ground, its visual impact is minimised and the ridge of the new dwelling is 630mm lower than the original bungalow.

Building Type

Eco and ContemporaryHousing

Services Provided


Replacement Dwelling

The client wished to create a modern, light filled, energy efficient and low maintenance property whilst providing an adequate and adaptable living space. The existing bungalow was in a poor state of repair. It was poorly insulated and expensive to heat with no architectural merit.

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Grade II House & Barns Refurbishment

The property is a detached Grade II Listed house which was originally constructed in c1710. This property stands on the site of an ancient Cluniac Priory. Little of the original building remains, although some early carved stones have been excavated by previous owners.

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New Eco Dwelling, Harrowbarrow

"Hobbit House" utilizes passive slab foundations, SIP construction, non-mains gas, composting toilet & rainwater harvesting.

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