Located within the confines of a 7.5 hectare site in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) near Tunbridge Wells, Kent, a planning permission has been gained for this brownfield site to build three new 3 - 4 bed homes.
The new homes replace two redundant agricultural outbuildings.
The form and materials are a contemporary re-interpretation of the local residential and agri-industrial vernacular using a palette of timber, brick and zinc. All the homes are designed to meet Life-time homes standards and adopt basic sustainable passive design principles.
The dwellings are arranged in an inverted ‘U’ shape with the rear gardens to the south. Small front gardens open out on to a bonded gravel drive with views out to the wider countryside beyond.