Elegantly Proportioned City House in Conservation Area
This dwelling is located within a suburban gated community in a conservation area. As it is a replacement dwelling, it was imperative that its design integrated perfectly with the neighbouring buildings. It is a two storey detached dwelling with additional accommodation within its hipped roof, it has a feature curved bay to the front with a gable entrance and a lower rear return. The house has been designed to be attractive and elegant, with a touch of grandeur. Influence from the surrounding Victorian Italianate styles of the areas is reflected. The finish is smooth render painted with ornate moulded features and details, again having been incorporated to maintain the mix of the area. The build form is simple with projecting bays and portico. The windows are timber traditional sliding sash, the roof is natural slate with traditional lead roll ridge and hips and cast moulded decorative gutters. With careful attention to detailing and the use of traditional materials, a high quality and long established feeling has been achieved for this dwelling.

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