Modern and spacious family home overlooking the beach:

Beach front house      Design: Nick Baldry
A spacious house over three floors on a long-standing private estate, facing the sea, with extensive glazing and balconies to make best use of the glorious westerly views.  Design: Nick
Sea views from the upper floor during construction.    Design: Nick Baldry
During construction.  The attraction of the outlook is clear.  The curve of the top floor balcony and of the roof projection are clearly seen.  
Design: Nick
Construction, erection of front steel frame
Erection of the steel framing to the front openings on the first floor.        
Design:  Nick
Construction phase - hallway
The hallway under construction with view from the front door to the garden at the rear, the stair is set off to the right in the finished building.   Design:  Nick
Top floor window opening
Top floor front window opening with upper balcony deck and roof structure in view.  Design:  Nick
Front view under construction
Front view whilst under construction.  The curved wall in the upper living room is apparent.  This feature was questioned several times until completion when its value became apparent to all.   Design:  Nick


Top floor isometric computer generated view
The top floor has a master bedroom to the front, en-suite and dressing room to the rear.  There is also a study opening off the stair landing.
Computer generated isometric of the first floor
The first floor has a living room to the front,with a balcony giving fine sea views, three bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and a family bathroom.
Computer generated isometric view of the ground floor
The ground floor has a generous entrance hall leading to a large ground floor living room at the back.  To the left of the hall is the kitchen with a seating or dining area to the front.  On the right hand side of the hall is a garage, cloaks cupboard, separate w.c., and, beyond the stair, a utility room with side door giving access to the garden.  There is also an internal window with abstract stained glass between the kitchen and the hall, helping to distribute light within the centre of the house.


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