A new country home seeks to replace an existing farmhouse within a small rural farmstead. The architectural proposals aspire to combine the remaining historic stone barns and outbuildings with a contemporary interpretation of a large country farmhouse.
Landscape proposals sought to embrace the distant south westerly views and aspect whilst a new access and arrival separates domestic and support vehicles to contain movement and visual intrusion. The extensive garden setting incorporates a series of formal and semi formal spaces including, managed lawns, a parterre, entertaining terrace, pool, walled courtyard, topiary cloister and orchard. A generous band of woodland wraps around the north and eastern boundaries to assist in anchoring the proposed house within the wider landscape, whilst providing valuable habitat and ecological connectivity with the rural landscape.