This large two-storey house in Crosshaven captures the views over the bay with large picture frame dormers at first floor level.
The t-shaped plan employed in the design of this house reduces the width of the house throughout, meaning every room has access to abundant daylight. This t-shape layout also defines the entrance to the front and the south-west facing patio to the rear. All the main living spaces have a south-facing aspect and the mono-pitched, zinc roof to the rear affords extra ceiling height to the spacious, sun-filled, kitchen-dining area. Views over the bay are captured through picture frame windows off the landing and bedrooms at first floor level.