Seaside Home, Perranuthnoe

SHOU SUGI BAN CLADDING

FIRST FLOOR VIEWS

BEACH LIVING

Morlais, Perranuthnoe, Cornwall - October 24th 2022 Photographed for CSA Architects by Hugh Hastings.

Our clients approached us early in the process of this project and worked with us to fine tune every element of the build so that they were able to put their personal stamp on the home. The project shows the versatility of Welsh Pennant Stone, mixed with the clean lines of fresh white render and charred larch Shou Sugi Ban cladding. The large full height windows and doors allow masses of light into the property to give the connection to the environment and views of the beach which our clients wanted.

Comfort and style

With built in entertainment in the cosy snug, the home can be enjoyed to it’s fullest – even if the weather isn’t on our client’s side

Direct Connection to the Outdoors

The kitchen and living rooms are joined to produce an open plan arrangement which is perfected by the large format windows and doors. Truly bringing the outdoors – indoors.

Large Outdoor Access Bedrooms

With heated natural oak flooring throughout all the bedrooms in this property, a real sense of comfort and luxury can be felt.

We regard ourselves as exceptionally lucky to have found Kurt Richards and his team to build our dream home. We were newbies - having never done more than a small extension before. Richards Builders helped us to realise every single aspect of our vision for the house throughout the entire process with amazing attention to detail, kindness, honesty and patience.
This was despite being through the dark days of the COVID pandemic.
Usually, mission statements are a bit 'for the birds'. But in this case, Kurt Richards and his team absolutely nailed theirs, and we would have zero hesitation in recommending them.

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