Location: Dalry, Scotland
Price: £880,000 (approximately $1,080,582 USD)
Architect: Simon Winstanley
Year Built: 2009
Footprint: 2,067 square feet (four bedrooms, three bath)
Lot Size: 14 acres
From the Agent: "This RIBA award–winning longhouse was designed by the architect Simon Winstanley in 2009. It sits on 14 acres of private land in an outstanding rural position in Dalry, 20 miles north of Castle Douglas. The architectural design responds intuitively to the site, a natural concave of the hillside. Internal living space extends to over 2,060 square feet across a lateral layout, optimizing the spectacular westerly views over the river Ken valley and the Rhinns of Kells hills. With sustainability at the forefront of the architectural design, the house achieves a low-carbon rating, the highest thermal efficiency rating possible, and two forms of renewable microgeneration. Electricity is generated by a private wind turbine and solar photovoltaic panels."
This property in Dalry, Scotland, is currently listed for £880,000 (approximately $1,080,582 USD) by The Modern House.
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