A new family house that replaced a neglected twentieth century bungalow on a rural Hampshire site. The design is conceived as a low-key, Regency style house with lime rendered walls and small paned sash windows, set under a natural slate, hipped roof. The western façade has a symmetrical, two-storey elevation with projecting wings whilst the remaining façades are asymmetrical and less formal. The south elevation contains the new front door, framed by a metal trellised porch with a lead Trafalgar canopy above. The project also includes a new brick and timber garage with gable ends, intended to suggest a simple agricultural building.