HOUSE AT CUSHENDALL
This large family house in Cushendall on the Antrim coast, occupies a unique site perched on a bluff overlooking the wild beauty of Cushendall bay.
The open plan living area is situated on the first floor with an expansive panoramic window overlooking the sweep of the bay and headlands beyond.
Balconies with extending sail canopies which retract automatically are situated to capture the sun in the morning and evening.
Energy usage is minimised by the use of two solar panels with a high efficiency gas boiler and underfloor heating.
Snug window seats are built into the sloping roof with wood burning fires
off living areas.
At entrance level a sunroom acts as a lobby, providing solar gain and a light filled sitting area with mountain views on the landward side.
The house was recently featured in Northern Ireland homes and lifestyle and the Ulster Tatler Interiors magazine.
“It was difficult to find an architect who would listen to us, before long though a friend recommended Keith who’s been fantastic throughout the entire process. Were delighted with how the house has turned out; everything went smoothly. Keith was there throughout, making lots of site visits’ and was great at sourcing different items for us”
(Northern Ireland homes and lifestyle June 2010)