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Highland Croft House completes

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October 9 2013

Highland Croft House completes
Work to deliver a custom built family home in the Highlands has been completed by contractors Ullapool Construction on behalf of Helen Lucas Architects and David Narro Associates.

The £320k home is situated in Stoer and consists of two distinct volumes, a timber clad double height living space with green oak trusses and an adjoining rendered wing hosting twin bedrooms.

Designed to slot into its rugged environment and surrounding settlement of scattered crofts the scheme adopts a small footprint on a natural plateau.

The well insulated design incorporates air source heat pumps to minimise carbon emissions.
Miniomalist interiors are subservient to the views out across Assynt
Miniomalist interiors are subservient to the views out across Assynt
The contemporary design is derived from traditional croft vernacular
The contemporary design is derived from traditional croft vernacular

2 Comments

Steve
#1 Posted by Steve on 9 Oct 2013 at 22:53 PM
Looks well ...bit bigger than 156 sqft though...
Rem Koolbag
#2 Posted by Rem Koolbag on 10 Oct 2013 at 10:28 AM
Ha - 20ft x 7.8ft? Luxury!

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