The front façade of this house presents a clean- lined symmetrical façade with slightly projecting bay to highlight the entrance.
The south west corner of the house takes inspiration from a traditional 19th century orangery, with large areas of glazing providing a more open feel and filling the space within with sunlight. The glazed nature of this corner is also intended to reinforce the general concept of the design as a cluster of individual buildings linked together.
To the rear of the house the aesthetic takes that of country house stable yard. Materials are a blend of local stone and render.