Ardnamurchan is a 50-square-mile peninsula in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland, noted for being very unspoilt and undisturbed. It also has a unique claim to fame, as the western tip of the peninsula, is the most western part of the British mainland. It is not the sort of place you ‘pop’ past on your way elsewhere, so we apologise for the lack of recent pictures. And just to demonstrate the challenges involved, we’ve included a pic of the first delivery truck taking a small unintended deviance !! It was soon rescued, and continued on it’s journey.
The home was a total bespoke design, to the clients own ideas. The client also chose to organise the whole build themselves, and we provided a SUPPLY ONLY service. While the home sits on a fairly sheltered site, due to it’s general location on the west of Scotland, it was designed to a very high engineering standard, with extensive use of laminated glulam posts and beams. The home has extensive open plan space inside, with the large vaulted ceilings soaring above the Living areas. Large patio doors, and an upper level gallery, allow stunning views out to sea.
The whole property was finished using a Western Red Cedar Channel cladding with a natural slate finished roof. The windows were from the Andersen 400 range, finished externally in Forest Green.