Headland House Wexford
An existing holiday bungalow on the East Coast required additional accommodation for an extended family. This was partly provided for by adding oversized dormer windows to improve rooms in the existing roof space, and partly by the addition of a new single storey extension to the west.
A white brick external finish to the new extension marks the addition as clearly distinct from the original house and is stepped back at the gable to allow a southwest facing terrace overlooking the Irish sea. The extension is linked externally to the dormer accommodation through a roof terrace and an external stair.