Its always good to see a build start in decent weather. If you can get them out of the ground in good weather then the battle is half won. This contemporary house has been approved at planning for a years now and finally started a few weeks ago. Its the last remaining site in the long finished Kilcreg Park development, Ballycastle. The site is restrictive with no actual frontage onto the road bar the access and is surrounded on all sides by neighbouring dwellings. Great care had to be taken when designing the house to ensure the clients and neighbours privacy is respected while at the same time taking in the views of Knocklayde mountain and maximizing solar gain.
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Its good to see a house finished and ready for a family to make into a home. The house bellow is one of two houses we took from Green field site to full planning approval. The neighbouring house was finished two years ago and is now occupied and we gained planning for the new owners to convert the attached double garage into a small bedsit and build a new single garage to the rear. This house has always been my favourite of the two and its really good to see it finished and on the market. Mc Caw Contactors did an excellent job on both houses.
Published by: ciaran in Laverty Architecture News