Plenty of space

Evening Standard - West End Final Extra - ES Homes and Property - - New Homes -

CHARLES DAVIES bought his mod­u­lar Ur­ban House in Kid­brooke Vil­lage, Green­wich on Brexit Day in June 2016. The houses now cost £915,000.

“I’m shar­ing with my brother Billy,” says Charles. “We are liv­ing in part of Lon­don, yet it doesn’t feel like it. It’s an in­cred­i­bly spa­cious, well-de­signed home, with loads of stor­age for a fam­ily and space for bikes out­side. You don’t no­tice it’s a mod­u­lar house. We’ve a spa­cious ground-floor kitchen and din­ing area, two first­floor bed­rooms and a liv­ing room and two more bed­rooms on the top floor.” rest of the liv­ing space. We’ve had loads of in­ter­ested peo­ple knock­ing on the door. It’s a great ad­vert for my work. Alex per­suaded me to put more of my work in it. “Liv­ing with the ex­posed tim­ber is lovely. It’s warm, nat­u­ral, and we have a lot of out­door space.”

Pi­o­neer: ar­chi­tects dRMM call the glass and tim­ber home of Richard Woods, left, “a de­lib­er­ate ex­per­i­ment” in prefabricated hous­ing

Happy: Charles Davies, left; above, an Ur­ban House in Kid­brooke Vil­lage

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