Little Crowtree Lane, Louth
This intriguing and thoughtfully designed, highly individual bungalow was constructed approximately 10 years ago and has brick faced exterior walls with flowing curves which are mirrored by a slender sloping roof structure with a Uginox roof covering. Heating is provided by a gas fired central heating system with a condensing combination boiler. Internal doors are 6-panelled and finished in oak, while the windows are double glazed and contemporary in style, some extending from floor level within the rooms. The external appearance belies the feeling of space within as the rooms have surprisingly high vaulted ceilings in contrast with the low, understated elevations when the property is viewed from Little Crowtree Lane. Designed for this plot, the shape and position of the bungalow create a sun trap courtyard at the side, enveloped by the living rooms and hallways with French doors from both reception rooms. There is a gravelled parking forecourt of very generous proportions and a lawned garden to the rear with a timber garden shed.