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Holme Hale, Two Replacement Dwellings
This scheme was to replace a pair of semi-detached houses which had been severely damage by fire, to the point that they were structurally unsafe and condemned for demolition in 2010. The scheme replaces the existing cottages with two traditional Norfolk vernacular three bedroom houses, in keeping with the local setting and using the existing site accesses. The dwellings were designed to take into account the generous size of the plot and also take into account some of the details of the original houses including brick and flint ashlar details, brick dentils, dog tooth banding and chimney details.
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