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Little Hollow benefits from full planning consent and comes complete with all the drawings prepared by ADAM Architecture, one of the leading practitioners of traditional and progressive architecture and contextual urbanism in Europe.
The replacement house is designed in a restrained classical manner, with simple detailing and proportions evocative of traditional houses from the 18th and early 19th Centuries. This form and style is representative in some of the surrounding properties within the Coombe Hill Conservation Area.
The elevations of the proposed house would be constructed using traditional lime mortar and a red multi facing brick, with stone or timber sills and door cases. The roof would be of handmade clay tiles, with painted hardwood modillion eaves. All external windows and doors would be of painted hardwood, with rainwater goods of painted cast iron or aluminium. Two roof lights are proposed, a central one above the hall at second floor level that is set below the main ridge and a second lighting the back hall at ground floor level.
The proposed house is designed to sit comfortably within the mature landscaping, being set at a similar ground floor level to the existing property, with the house positioned in the locality of the existing, thus limiting its impact and presence on the neighbouring properties at No. 4 and No. 8 The Drive.
The composition of the proposed house and the main entrance has been designed to provide a coherent formal ‘in and out’ drive in front of the main façade, with an access drive leading down to the proposed basement level, working with the north south fall of the site. The basement level will be largely underground with an access ramp to the south and serviced with light wells to the east.
The proposal is to be of simple classical detailing with relief work, such as quoins, arches and banding course undertaken in brickwork and not render or stonework.
Also very useful to know is the fact that all detailed building design drawings have been prepared, planning permission requirements have been addressed and the project is ready to go and could be started as soon as a builder has been appointed and could be completed within 18 months.
The house is positioned in The Drive, one of the finest addresses within the Coombe Estate and perfectly located for sought-after schools such as Holy Cross, Marymount and Rokeby.
Norbiton Mainline Station provides rail services into Waterloo via Wimbledon and there are numerous recreational facilities, including several golf clubs, closeby.
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