What the Hogarth Architects did next After Grand Designs…

The Hogarths, who run Hogarth Architects in West London gained notoriety on Grand Designs after installing a nightclub in the basement of their own home.  The duo has now brightened up the Bude skyline in Cornwall with a colourful array of four new houses called Ash Row delightfully named after professional surfer and Storm model Joss Ash and his brother Reuben who are local boys.

The family is willing to be shot in the home and we have full project imagery ready to send over.  The stunning new build town houses are close to the beach, with a sea and golf course view.  Each home has six bedrooms, six bathroom/showers, and are open plan with kitchen, dining, living room and mezzanine spaces overlooking a study, complete with pilates/yogo studio. Double height spaces in the living and dining areas combined with a sea view offer a breath-taking change from London life.  The main living spaces scream volume, with light, open plan design and double height apex vaulted spaces so you are sure to be wowed.

The Hogarths have injected pops of colour into the property with a funky ladder system, colour children’s rooms and an eye-catching exterior.  Each townhouse includes a full Poggenpohl kitchen with appliances, feature stairs in steel and birch ply down three floors, contemporary inset log burners and external decks for exceptional sea views and a courtyard garden.  For the avid surfer and beach lover each property is finished off with an outdoor shower.  The Hogarth’s always inject technology into the homes they build and make them energy efficient.  High levels of installation and underfloor central heating have been installed to ensure low running costs as do the A-rated powder coated double glazed windows and state-of-the-art Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery systems.

Enquiries can be made about purchasing the homes via Colwills Estate and Mark Price Head Of Department, Country & Waterside Prestige at 12 Lemon Street, Truro, TR1 2LS.