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1920s bungalow replaced

1920s bungalow replaced

1920s bungalow new top

Before (above) and after (below).

A slightly larger dwelling with outbuilding strengthens the rural lane.

Design: David Cutler Associates. Photos: Chris Balcombe.

1920s bungalowScale reduced through the setting down of the house and a split into main and ancillary elements

1920S bungalowModest depth and roof spans keep proportions traditional.

1902S bungalow x 34 zoomA plain plum and orange brick mix defines the dwelling whilst the garaging is rustic timber frame and cladding

1902S bungalow x 42Arched window heads, balanced casements, open eaves, a weathered effect roof and a modest sized porch help add quality and mellowness to the design.

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