7 Ashley Drive St Leonards

Fleur-de-lis Marlborough

The scheme consists of 28 one and  two bed sheltered living apartments. The site is located in central Marlborough, as the photos show the project is complete with units being rapidly sold.

6 Highfield Lymington

Extension and renovation of a substantial regency period Grade 2 listed property.

Sky End Lane

The development is for two contemporary new build two-storey / 3-bedroom private dwellings located on an idyllic rural plot on the outskirts of the Hordle parish. A small stream situated off the rear of the properties supplements the bucolic setting. The traditionally built dwellings benefit from integral garages, underfloor heating and large feature windows to all bedrooms. They are to be constructed of high quality materials and finished to a high standard throughout.

 

122 Matchams Lane

122 Matchams Lane text

Foxbury

Extensive renovation and re-modelling of a 1970’s chalet style property. Two thirds of the existing structure was completely demolished and replaced with a well designed and proportioned family home.

Byway

Renovation and re-modeling of an existing 1950’s 3 bed detached property on a substantial rural plot on the edge of the New Forrest National Park. The existing dwelling was extensively re-modeled to create additional bedrooms and living space. The combined use of reclaimed and natural materials created a high quality family home.

Everton Rd

A new build bespoke two-storey / 3-bedroom private home. The traditional style dwelling benefits from large sweeping rooms, feature staircase with open gallery and large bi-folding doors at rear to better connect with the scenery. High quality materials will be used throughout with excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail.

64 Hurn Way

Two Luxury  properties on an exclusive secluded site on the outskirts of Christchurch

20 Willow Way

Renovation and remodelling of an existing 1990’s Spanish style waterfront property. The site is located directly adjacent to the river Stour in Christchurch. Its position within the flood risk area meant that full demolition and re-build was not possible. Due to this factor the existing structure was extensively re-modelled to create a contemporary and minimalist dwelling that takes full advantage of the riverside vistas to the rear of the property.