The Peak district boasts some breathtaking countryside views for people as well as stunning houses and this house is exceptional.
The stunning property took 15 months to build and is unlike any other home in the country[/caption]
The property has been perfectly built to fit into the 18-acre plot of land with a medieval Derbyshire longhouse design[/caption]
One family home close to Ashbourne will be getting a lot of airtime when it features on the programme next week.
The property has been the subject of months of filming for the latest episode of Grand Designs.
The house has been built to fit perfectly into the 18-acre of land. With a medieval Derbyshire longhouse design, with long and narrow building to property is a dream.
The property will be revealed on Wednesday, September 28, at 9pm on Channel 4.
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It has several windows showing the stunning views of the surrounding Peak District countryside.
“This house is a multi-generational house,” Jillian Mitchell, director at Lomas and Mitchell Architects, which designed the property, said.
“Our clients will live there with various parents and their children so it’s designed to be as flexible as possible to enable them all to share the space.
“The one area they will all have in common is the kitchen, dining, family space, which is a large, very open-plan area of the property with fabulous views of the countryside and that is the heart of the home.”
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The property has faced many challenges during the building phase including the global pandemic.
There was also a shortage of drivers due to post-Brexit problems in the supply chain, as well as the war in Ukraine – being another obstacle.
But despite all of the challenges the team successfully completed the home in 15 months.
Mrs Mitchell added that the property is completely unique – she said there isn’t another one like it in the whole of the country: “It couldn’t be built anywhere else in the country, it’s designed specifically for this site.
The main house is located on two floors, with the upper floor having access out to the paddock at the back.
Along with independent living block – which was designed in the style of bungalow for someone to live in.
It’s complete with a yard for occupants to look after their herd of sheep.
Mrs Mitchell said the whole journey was a “pleasure” to work on but they had one issue with the roof structure.
She said: “We had some material shortages early on and the roofing materials had to come from somewhere in Europe and they were delayed.”
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The progress of the project from start to finish will be shown in the episode of Grand Designs.
The family now call the beautiful property, watching the Peak District in the 18-acre plot of land, their home.
The designers admitted to facing some issues with the roof at first but it worked out perfectly in the end[/caption]