A uniquely located property looking over the Somerset Levels, the house sits on a gradient for a raised vista. The north-facing view is of the Mendip Hills which forms an exceptional backdrop to the long panoramic glazing to the back of the house.
Being north facing to the main view, the house has a series of cuts that draw south light through the building, while leaving a fully glazed expanse to the rear. The metal pillars are a residential scale ode to the scissor arches of Wells Cathedral.
The layout is such that the house can be separated and ground and first floor levels to increase capacity for family events while allowing lodgers and lettings year-round.