Luxurious residential scheme blends into the grain of this mature waterside area

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Luxurious residential scheme blends into the grain of this mature waterside area

This is a very significant development within the UK, as it is located within the last remaining pocket of land in a mature residential area near the sea, 13 acres of land in fact. The scheme, which is still under construction, consists of 26 luxury detached dwellings,that have been designed to be a continuation of the grain of the area rather than a development within it.
 
The styles of the ten different house types are broadly classical, and have been designed by taking inspiration from the best elements of the local architecture, and blending this with a contemporary palette.

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