In Lydd-on-Sea in the Dungeness Nature Reserve in England stands a beautiful four-bedroom house with views of the beach and the Kent coast. The house is redesigned by the owners and designers Bartlett-Coote, who have blended tradition and modernity.
The charming house is designed in a traditional coastal color palette with a white base and light blue and gray accents. Most of the 146 sq m / 1575 sq ft floor plan is on the ground floor, with the living spaces and three bedrooms.
The first floor is home to the master suite with a bath in the bedroom and a private balcony overlooking the sea. It’s a beautiful light home with a coastal interior that makes you long for the sea.
The living room is a beautiful light room that’s located centrally in the home. The room is bookended by French doors and windows, allowing for beautiful, far-reaching views. The back wall has been painted in the lime-based North by Bauwerk.
You enter the white kitchen and dining room through a set of glazed bi-fold doors. Large windows and glazed double doors flood the room with sunlight.
The kitchen is fitted with a ceramic sink and unlacquered brass taps. The wooden shelving extending along one wall and the wooden kitchen island add a rustic touch to the kitchen space.
Next to the kitchen is a pantry with fluted pocket doors.
On the other side of the kitchen is the dining area set in front of the windows and overlooking the terrace and its surrounding nature.
All three ground floor bedrooms can be accessed through the living room.
The smallest bedroom has built-in bunk beds that echo a ship’s cabin.
The first floor is home to the master bedroom. The white room has a freestanding bath under the window, you have amazing views from the window.
Dual-aspect, French doors open out to a balcony overlooking the coast.
The ground floor also has a utility room with a small home office attached.
This beautiful coastal home is listed with Inigo.