Prestigious award winning house developers Seagate Homes are well known for their bespoke traditionally styled, high specification homes across East Anglia. Each home is unique and individually designed to complement local architecture and surrounding landscape.
The property is a spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom detached family home finished to the very highest standards.
Each one of Seagate’s exclusive homes is individually designed and only the best building materials are chosen for such prestigious projects. Attention to detail is very important on each and every one of Seagate home’s developments and Stonebrook was certainly no exception. Bespoke timber windows and doors from Bereco allowed choice and flexibility with unique design options available to suit each individual property.
A combination of Casement windows, Folding Doors and traditional style Sliding Sash windows with modern performance and high security features from the Contemporary Range were the perfect choice. Entrance Doors from the Classical Range complete the look with time honoured designs to perfectly complement the natural stone façade of the property.
Seagate Homes are no stranger to winning prestigious awards for their unique homes. Now completed Stonebrook House has been entered for this years LABC Individual Build Award.
“We have chosen to use Bereco Windows and doors for several of our bespoke developments and we continue to be very impressed with the high quality and flexibility of the product range. The high level and speed of service we receive has always been second to none and the staff at Bereco have been very helpful”Bernard Snowden, Seagate Homes
The build faced challenges in the initial stages due to a history of planning applications and refusals dating back to 2005. The plot is located at the heart of the conservation village and is located on the village envelope boundary with an open aspect to the side and rear. When planning permission was finally granted for Stonebrook House to be built it was essential that all building materials were sympathetically chosen to compliment the traditional appearance of other properties in the village.
The house is finished in Natural Clipsham Stone with a slate roof and architects Portess & Richradson were given the brief to ensure the design of the property was in keeping with the distinct character of Castor.