Maryhill Locks Phase 4 has been shortlisted for the AJ Architecture Awards in the Housing (up to £10 million) category!

To ensure flexibility for homeowners and to deal with the differing levels across the site, the dwellings were designed to be split-level, with the principle living level – the living room, kitchen and main bathroom – located at first floor to be able to break-out to the back gardens, this level has also been design for easy adaptability into an accessible bedroom/bathroom arrangement.

Two bedrooms are located on the ground floor and can be adapted to act as a study or hobby room, whilst the master bedroom is located on the second floor, alongside a generous roof terrace on the three-bed houses, or a fourth bedroom on the four-bed house. The variety of homeowners has exceeded the Clients expectations, with owners ranging from the young professionals and families which had been expected, to retired couples and families with elderly relatives, which stands as testament to the flexibility and appeal of the development.

For more information on this project see here.

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