A Passivhaus Home in Kent

Scotland Barn in Chiddingtone, Kent is an exceptional opportunity that has seen Cowan Architects design a contemporary style home set to Passivhaus standards within secluded grounds and woodland on the edge of a popular village. It is a former grain drying barn that now has planning permission to convert to an impressive family dwelling with sitting room, kitchen/dining room, snug, bedroom 6/study, dog/ boot room, utility room and five bedrooms, three of which have en suite facilities. The principal bedroom also allows for a balcony with views over the grounds.

The site is surrounded by mixed deciduous woodland, including several majestic oaks. There are areas of Ancient Woodland, a hazel coppice with bluebells, two natural ponds and extensive rides. It has a Forestry Commission England Small Woodland Management Scheme in place for tree thinning, wildlife & planting about 1.12 acres of trees in the field’s north-west corner.

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Cowan Architects
Published On: January 10th, 2022