The Lighthouse design was the first to be completed at Lower Mill Estate, and it remains arguably the most striking. Beautifully finished with larch timber and recycled rubber roof tiles, this residence effortlessly combines sustainability with rural authenticity.
and a private pier from where you are free to sail
The home’s exterior is everything one would expect from a country retreat. The juxtaposition of the light-grey larch wood against the local Cotswold stone chimney makes for a very attractive building, while the extensive use of glass provides a very open edge to an obviously cozy residence.
A huge continuous glass window wraps around much of the ground floor of the building. Skylights above the open-plan living area and floor-to-ceiling windows on the upper floor combine to wash the property interior with natural light. Neatly finished and decorated throughout, the design heightens the sense of space and light to create an airy atmosphere that perfectly complements the stunning scenery outside.
The property also comes with a spacious garden, a hood-garage, and a private pier from where you are free to sail, fish, or just watch the sun fade on a long summer’s afternoon.
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