After buying an old bungalow that had seen better days in a stunning location within Lymm, Cheshire with magnificent views across the countryside they had decided to make the best use of the plot and knock down the existing structure and build a brand new property. Going for a semi traditional build with some modern twists such as the grey aluminium windows and wood cladding. The entrance door to the property is one of our highly secure aluminium doors with 9 point locking and metal construction achieving great thermal properties.
To the rear of the property our client has maximised on glass to make the most of their stunning views of the countryside. 3 sets of aluminium french doors, 1 set of bifolds and a glass viewing room have been installed allowing large viewing areas from many areas of the house. Excluding the utility room door all windows, doors and glazed areas are constructed from aluminium frames and have been powder coated in anthracite grey (RAL 7016). The utility door is a composite stable door with a matching foil in RAL 7016.
The Central hallway that links the entrance door through to the rear glass viewing area is a real feature of this home and is a vaulted double height space with lots of natural light coming in from the front and rear glazing areas.