Planning Permission Granted for Replacement Dwelling.
Planning Permission has been granted for a replacement dwelling within the Derbyshire village of Atlow. Permission was granted to demolish the existing white rendered; four bedroom detached house and replace it with a larger dwelling to be constructed using brick and natural stone with pitched roofs and large areas of glazing.
The new dwelling will be of steeped elevation, similar to the existing. The south facing elevation is the tallest part of the new design and conceals the main entrance of the property from street view.
With far reaching views and no highway the north elevation makes the most of the far-reaching views creating large glazed gables and balconies.
The new dwelling has a modernised yet traditional north elevation with two projecting glazed gables separated by a double height glass link. These gables form the open plan living at ground floor and the master bedroom and second bedroom at first floor, with two small covered balconies.
The rear of the property offered an opportunity to create a modern and attractive design without impacting on the main street frontage, providing a high-quality building to replace the existing. The new dwelling briefly comprises 4 large bedrooms with en-suite, utility, study, boot room, feature balconies, large open plan kitchen, living, dining area and feature glass link.
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