18 Apr 2024
On the edge of Bracon Ash, a small picturesque rural village, just six miles from the historical cathedral city of Norwich in Norfolk sits Long Four Acres. This award-winning custom-build development project comprises 15 self-build plots. Outline planning permission was granted by Lanpro, with detailed planning and construction drawings for…

Amidst the historical grandeur of the Hillhampton House estate lies the Coach House, a structure tracing back to the 16th century. Under the expert guidance of Zebra Architects and the meticulous craftsmanship of 2 Counties Construction, this listed gem underwent a transformative renovation, emerging as a luxurious family home while…

12 Oct 2023
Nestled amidst the rustic charm of a lovingly renovated barn, this month’s Q&A transports us into the world of Nick and his family, where cats, dogs and even horses are part of their daily life.

The Hay Barn is a superb realisation of the Potts family’s self-build dream, delivered by Cambridge-based PiP Architects. With striking architecture and minimalist principles, the design is a stunning contemporary take on the local agricultural vernacular, which fits pleasingly into its rural surroundings.

Located in the Claddach Valley, a small, sparsely-populated township in the northwest of North Uist, in the Outer Hebrides, an 11-acre plot looks out over a tidal lagoon fed by the wild North Atlantic.

Looking Glass Lodge is a beautifully-designed, ultra-modern lodge hidden in dense, charming woodland in East Sussex’s village of Fairlight, not too far from the county’s rugged, picturesque coastline.

10 Jun 2019
CB Homes has recently won a top industry accolade for its stunning lakeside development in Cheshire, on the site of a derelict country restaurant. The project, The Mill Pool, is a residential development of two adjacent properties, nestled beside a former mill pond in rural Cheshire.

12 May 2019
This light-filled house, an hour and a half from Montreal, is literally hanging from a cliff as its name, Dans l’Escarpement, implies in French. It is located on land pertaining to an estate started over a hundred years ago and known for its remarkable landscapes and pristine lakes.

29 Mar 2019
For Jude Hesselgrave, home is not just where her heart is, it’s also where her roots lie. After renting in London and then buying and renovating a house near Brighton with her partner, Roger Page, they rented their property out and made the move to Horam, East Sussex in 2009…

Mike and Pawana Spencer-Nairn left Jersey in the Channel Islands and moved to the UK in 2005 to realise a remarkable Scottish Highland experience in the wilderness. They created Eagle Brae, a sustainable ecotourism business with self-built bespoke log cabins – a true celebration of local craftsmanship. Due to their…

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