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Plans for Alison Poole's contemporary two-bedroom self build home
Fact file: An Architect's Self Build Home
Location: Cumbria
Project: Self build
House size: 180m2
Bedrooms: 2
Architect: Alison Poole

Self build house plans re-created using Arcon 3D Home Design Software, www.3darchitect.co.uk

Lower ground floor

UK house plans for three bedroom architect-designed self build

Upper ground floor

UK house plans for three bedroom architect-designed self build - upper ground floor

First floor

UK house plans for three bedroom architect-designed self build - first floor

Architect Alison Poole focused on light, space, family and taking in the beautiful Lakeland views when designing her self build home.

"I wanted to make better use of the sloping site, the lovely light up here and the views over the open countryside - without compromising the streetscape," says Alison.

The resulting design is split over three levels, with a partial lower ground floor forming an L-shaped footprint that connects the house with the garden.

The two-bedroom home features a kids' zone that could be easily turned into an extra bedroom in the future, as well as functional spaces such as as the linen cupboard to make family life easy to manage.

For more details about Alison's contemporary self build home read the full story here.

 

2 comments

Joesher9
Posted on
21/03/17

Very interested in this plan but unfortunately the link 'full story here' does not work correctly.

Andrew Hobbs
Posted on
21/03/17

Hi Joesher9,

Apologies for the incorrect link. I have updated it. You can also reach the full story here:

http://www.self-build.co.uk/an-architects-home

Thanks,
Andrew Hobbs (Build It's digital assistant editor)

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