Hackpen House, Broadhinton


A large bungalow had previously sat on the site and the owners elected for a complete change in the form of a replacement house – all the joy of a new home without having to move!


A double height atrium is at the rear of the house, with a steel and glass bridge linking two elements of the first floor. The rear of the building incorporates large sliding glass doors, with level thresholds for indoor/outdoor living and this aspect also takes advantage of the garden views and the countryside beyond.


Features include an air source heat pump, solar thermal, underfloor heating, heat recovery ventilation and rainwater harvesting. It also features wet rooms and a sauna.

Designed by George Batterham

Built by WeberHaus