New houses in the Cotswolds

Potter & Holmes have designed, constructed and sold a number of individual houses in the Cotswolds since 1999.

They are generally traditional in appearance externally but less so internally, with the following common features:

  • A structural strategy which allows the layout of the house to be adapted to the changing needs of family life through time.
  • Minimum dedicated circulation space, often with the main staircase part of a multi-storey atrium space incorporating the living room
  • Strong spatial interlinking between rooms to allow the house to be flexible.
  • An 'Annexe' which can be a used as a flat for teenagers or grandparents, a workspace, a home cinema or even tenanted.
  • Optimum use of space, with galleried bedrooms to allow the sloping roof void to be incorporated into habitable accommodation.
  • Well insulated Timber Frame clad in stone, timber or lime render.

These houses include:

  • May Lane, Dursley - 5 bedrooms with basement
  • Young's Orchard, Brimscombe - 5 bedrooms with annexe
  • roadreach, Edge - 5 bedrooms with annexe
  • Tythe House, North Woodchester - 5 bedrooms with workshop
  • Knowle Cottage, Cranham - 5 bedrooms with annexe
Completion date: 1999-2007
Contract value: Range £150,000-£400,000
Client: The Adaptable Development Company Limited

Musgrove Park

Prindion House

Youngs Orchard

Dolphins Square

Notting Hill Gate

Great Guildford Street

Dykewood

Northgate Street

Old Chapel

House in the Cotswolds

Ambler Children's Centre

Robert Blair School