A new house located in the North of the Highlands is now complete. The site is located in open countryside with spectacular views all around but particularly towards the steeples in Thurso and the Old Man of Hoy.
The building has been designed to take advantage of the existing topography on the site and is therefore split over three levels which in turn has added added interest internally. This two bedroom contemporary family home has a full height open
plan living space with exposed structural Douglas Fir ties which add character, and a separate smaller cosy snug area has also been provided on the lower floor. A glazed gable and large picture windows take advantage of the views from the site and a covered car port allows for a direct sheltered entrance into the house.
The materials proposed include Scottish larch cladding, render, Caithness stone and a corrugated metal roof.