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   A recently constructed house in the Arts and Crafts style.  It is sited within a walled garden to a substantial Listed house.
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  New house on the Gower peninsula, replacing a modest bungalow. The glazed gable end overlooks National Trust land and the sea beyond.  In the extreme coastal conditions it even requires wind-posts  to secure the roof to the foundations.
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  Although technically an extension to a small cottage, this in essence is a new dwelling in an Oxfordshire village where development is strictly controlled. Traditional in appearance, it encompasses many ecological features including ground source heating.
  Interior view of above, comprising a double height gallery with a "bridge" linking different rooms on the first floor. Both ground and first floor rooms have underfloor heating throughout.
  This is a replacement dwelling on the site of the gatehouse in the grounds of a former convent. Surrounded by trees, it nevertheless has breathtaking views to White Horse Hill in Oxfordshire.
  
 The interior view of above shows the glazed entrance canopy over the front door which leads to a double height galleried hall.
  A new house on the edge of the Cotswolds in a walled garden adjacent to a Grade 2 Listed manor house. Read more about this scheme in the November issue of  Homebuilding and Renovating magazine.
  Interior view showing kitchen in Cotswold House with vaulted green oak structure.
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  An example of a replacement dwelling in a rural location prior to terraces and landscaping. A former gardener's bungalow which can just be seen on the left hand side of the picture is to be demolished when the new house is complete and occupied.
  This new house is constructed in the garden of an existing dwelling in the village envelope. Although apparently conventional, it has a 'split level' ground floor to take advantage of the sloping site.
  The interior view of the above shows the difference in entrance level to ground floor level on the garden side with a cantilevered/suspended staircase.
  Another view showing the tall bay windows from the principal rooms with glazed ballustrades to the balconies above serving main and guest bedrooms.
  This new house stands in open countryside, but is a replacement dwelling sited largely on the footprint of a dilapidated cottage. The owner had very specific requirements including looking to achieve triple aspect from all of the main rooms.
  The gravel driveway leads directly down to the front entrance for guest parking, but otherwise forks away from the house to a large garage block with a home office.
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  New House in Hampshire
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  Traditional three-bedroomed new-build cottage in a Wiltshire village.  This was a very difficult planning permission to achieve on an awkward site.
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  New-build farmhouse in the Vale of the White Horse, Oxfordshire.  This property was completed approximately ten years ago and has mellowed into the landscape.
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