This is a large house with 3 storeys of accommodation cleverly lowered into its sloping site. 3 simple gabled roofs run front to back with a modest 1 1/2 storeys of height at entrance level. Within is a spectacular triple height dining space providing panoramic views of St Enodoc Church, Brea Hill at the southern end of Daymer Bay and the Camel estuary in Cornwall. A series of south facing terraces take in the views and the beautiful gardens (designed by Landscape Architect Patrick Collins). The house is highly insulated with 300 -350mm cellulose fibre insulation in a spaced stud timber frame. Heat recovery ventilation maintains excellent indoor air quality with very low energy use.