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Completion Of Three Projects Within The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
September 26, 2017, 3:22pm

Pembroke Design were initially appointed to provide a full QS services in respect of the above, and were subsequently approached to provide Architectural services for a replacement dwelling which lies to the north of Newport, Pembrokeshire which overlooks the estuary.

The recent completion of this architecturally stunning design has enabled our client to fulfil their wish to have a property that has both visual impact and high quality finishes to provide a practical yet extremely stylish home.

In addition to the completion of the Newport property, Pembroke Design are delighted that the refurbishment of a 120 year old single storey cottage overlooking Freshwater West, has also been completed.

From the front of the cottage, the elevation is almost identical to the original single storey building. However, with some interesting configuration and design the rear of the property is now two storey, with a balcony overlooking the impressive Freshwater Bay where the Robin Hood and Harry Potter movies were filmed. The original cottage did not have views of the bay or Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Finally, the replacement of a chalet dwelling following irreparable fire damage and subsequent demolition to the previous bungalow on a site located within the sand dunes at Freshwater East has also been completed. The location of the site was sensitive, being part of a local nature reserve, and highly visible from the beach and the surrounding network of footpaths as well as from more distant viewpoints from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to the west, south and east. Now completed, our proposals have the front of the replacement bungalow facing south, overlooking the dunes, with direct views of the Freshwater East bay and Pembrokeshire Coast Path, giving our clients the home they desired in a stunning location.



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