Field of Dreams: Scotland on Sunday Feature Cover Story, 11 December 2016.
Pennybridge is an exceptional property completed to the highest standard with 4 bedrooms and 2 reception rooms. Peter Rogerson’s design responds to the location; the property is on an elevated site with spectacular, far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside and to Knock Castle, the Sound of Sleat and Knoydart on the mainland. The house has been built to the owners exacting design.
From the outset, Peter (the owner, designer and self-builder) was determined that this house should be thermally efficient, and he used a Scotframe Val-U-Therm kit – a closed-panel building system that delivers exceptional thermal insulation. The house benefits from passive solar gain thanks to the glazing and orientation, and there is underfloor heating throughout. Peter says: “I wouldn’t consider building a house without underfloor heating now, and anything I build from now on will be thermally efficient. I advise all my clients to go down this route of thermally efficient building methods.”
To download the full Scotland on Sunday Feature article - click here. Reproduced courtesy of Scotland on Sunday - December 2016.
Steph and Peter are already considering their next project and Pennybridge is now on the market through CKD Galbraith - click for the sales brochure.