This Scottish stone house is more than a bit magical

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This Scottish stone house is more than a bit magical

Johannes van Graan Johannes van Graan
Drumpark 2:  Houses by Woodside Parker Kirk Architects,
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Expert firm Woodside Parker Kirk Architects from Edinburgh brings us today’s homify 360° discovery: a house that’s one of two plots to be developed on the site of existing steadings adjacent to a farmhouse. 

Emphasis on ‘farmhouse’, which means in terms of location, this property definitely hit the jackpot! 

Let’s see how this one turned out.

A textured design

We’re not sure which strike us as the best: that fresh green landscape or the richly textured façade of the stone house. 

Of course the green surroundings are not by chance—the focus of the house’s living spaces is to the north to maximise the views across the valley. The kitchen is located at the eastern end to enjoy morning sunlight, while the lounge is at the western end to catch the evening sun.

Sunlight is also brought in from the south with large glazing to a sheltered private courtyard garden.

Open space and style

Where possible, space has been allocated so the residents can catch a glimpse of that magnificent landscape – even here on the sun-kissed patio, which seems quite big enough for an exterior socialising/relaxing spot. 

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The entryway

Entrance hallway and traditional staircase:  Corridor & hallway by Woodside Parker Kirk Architects,
Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

Entrance hallway and traditional staircase

Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

Where stone reigned supreme on the outside, the inside’s most striking material is definitely wood. Here in the entryway, we can revel in some caramel-toned timber that adorns not only the front door, but also the column and traditional staircase.

Letting in the light

Natural light floods into the guest bedrooms via rooflights:  Bedroom by Woodside Parker Kirk Architects,
Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

Natural light floods into the guest bedrooms via rooflights

Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

The guest bedroom definitely knows the value of natural lighting, for it has its own roof light that allows a decent dose of sunlight to filter indoors. 

Let’s scope out some more images of this property.

Fantastic views over the landscape:  Garden by Woodside Parker Kirk Architects,
Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

Fantastic views over the landscape

Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

The development sits within the landscape as the former farm steading would:  Houses by Woodside Parker Kirk Architects,
Woodside Parker Kirk Architects

The development sits within the landscape as the former farm steading would

Woodside Parker Kirk Architects
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Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd,

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