The whole of the ground floor is viewed from an upper-floor gallery.
At the lounge end of the ground floor is a large stained-glass window, rising between the two floors. This glass was produced by Alec Galloway, an artist I worked with in Abu Dhabi and having long admired his work, this work brings a constant warmth to the room with varying colours throughout the day.
A stone spiral staircase, curved stone wall and open stainless-steel handrail form the central feature of the ground floor and form a visual separation from the lounge to the dining area.
The walls are concrete-facing blocks painted soft white, displaying beautiful tapestries by Neal Bottle and paintings.
Carpet and riven slate to floors, and soft furnishings give a homely feel.
Large doors open onto a small patio rear garden.
From the open gallery, there are 3 large bedrooms, of which the master bedroom has an ensuite with a glass roof.
On the site is also a separate studio.