Country House Replacement Conservation Area East Meon Hampshire

A new 4 bedroom  prefabricated timber framed dwelling designed  as two parallel timber framed  and clad ranges  in a very picturesque Hampshire Conservation Area setting.  A replacement dwelling for a tired flat roofed 1960s building  but requiring 19 neighbour consultations, close to a flood plain with streams along two boundaries on piled foundations with a Southern Water Sewer running diagonally under the property. Enthusiastically supported by East Hants District Council Conservation Architect and Planning Officers. Prefabricated Timber Framed sustainable low energy construction with 240mm insulation to external walling with Western Red Cedar Boarding as cladding, Natural Slate roofing,  Renewable energy systems with Air Source Heat Pump serving underfloor heating  to all floors, centralised vacuum cleaning ports, mechanical heat recovery system as well as a laundry chute.  A carpenter’s delight and a credit to Rusty for the excellent cladding detailing & finishing work. Construction started   Summer 2011, completion of external envelope 2012/13, internal works and landscaping still in progress winter 2014 with client managing  the completion of the project with NDA periodic inspections.

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