A 1909 Grade II listed house constructed of flint cobbles, red brick, tiles & some stone quoins was extended by adding three separate zinc cubes with a sedum green roof on the extension & zinc roofs on the other two. The largest cube was attached to the house via a glass link to provide an amazing open plan living space, incorporating a bespoke kitchen, dining & living area. The large aluminium sliding doors create an unspoilt view over the garden & a modern inset gas wood burner which complements the old & the new. The second cube is a separate annexe & the third boasts a cart lodge/garage. The cubes are silent & unassuming allowing the house to take centre stage, but they are truly fabulous in their own right.