This larger, two-bedroom version of the Airigh is ideal for use by families as a holiday home, or as an annexe to an existing building.
New planning rules introduced in Scotland in February 2012 means that the Airigh could even be built as a summer house in a garden without planning permission.
The most popular external finish is black larch, although profiled (corrugated) metal sheeting is also common. Depending on which package you opt for, we could fit the exterior cladding for you.
Use our interactive Archilogic model to walk or fly through the house design. Experience the beautiful spaces of Hebhome houses before visiting or building one. Imagine the interior finishings you want for each room and consider the changes that you may require. If you proceed with Hebhomes and want to make design changes we recommend these are done within our Archilogic models so as to better understand the potential impact on the design. This should prevent poor choices being made which have unforseen design or engineering consequences.
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Our eco-friendly designs, inspired by traditional Hebridean architecture, are sympathetic to the landscape and can be readily adapted to your specific location and requirements.
The smallest building in our Airigh range is ideally suited as an additional bedroom for a hotel.
This small apartment is ideal as a luxury holiday let or a small annexe to an existing house.