June Cottage New Build Underway
Work has started on site at Greenhaugh on a new home for our clients. The build is for a two storey, timber frame dwelling that will have a stone facade and a pitched slate roof over. A key part of the design for our clients was to create a moden, thermally efficent, air tight home, that looks like a cottage from 100 years ago. The proposed dwelling, to be called June Cottage, will sit very comfortably within the setting of Greenhaugh in the Northumberland National Park.
The property may look like a 100 year old cottage, but will feature extensive renewables, including a Mitsibushi Air Source Heat Pump, thermally efficent heat store, solar panels on the south facing roof pitch and ventilation will be provided by MVHR.
The build is being carried out by MTW Joinery and Building from Hexham. The timber frame has been manufatcured and erected by Lakeland Timber Frame and the renewables are being supplied and installed by Geowarmth.
Insight Architecture are on site on a regular basis during the construction period, supporting our Clients and MTW throughout the build.