In this upside down house, the main living accommodation is all located on the first floor under a sloping monopitch roof. Large picture frame windows allow for stunning views across the Wiltshire countryside.
The outside is brought inside through the extension of the attractive stone wall that runs through to the entrance hall, a double height space with a striking staircase. Level thresholds allow for an easy transition between the inside/outside spaces most notably in the dining room, with its extensive glazing and garden views.
Credits: Photographer: Peter Booton