There are two option for porches for the ALH301P. One is a smaller lean-to porch giving more storage and utility space. The other option - under a parallel roof - provides an extra bedroom.
The design has almost completely eliminated corridor space. The main feature is a vaulted living area in the centre of the building with a wall of glazing. The kitchen is to the back wall with built-in storage units, freeing up space for the open-plan dining and living area.
Bedrooms are set at either end with generous cupboard space. The house is completed with a utility room, generous bathroom with dressing area and decking to the front. It can be easily extended for future family growth.
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