One of Watershedd’s latest schemes, Green Hedges, is perched high on a rolling hillside overlooking Mawgan Porth beach in Cornwall.
Featuring seven bedrooms, a large open plan living area, and an independently accessed surfboard room and sauna, every element of the architectural and interior design has been composed with serene and sociable modern living in mind.
Each facade is wrapped in a blend of locally sourced Cornish stone and Red Cedar timber, beneath pitched zinc and a living grass roof, creating a property that sits in harmonious dialogue with its natural surroundings.
Tucked away behind the eastern elevation, the approach consists of a private driveway leading to three covered walkways cut into the stonework, each concealing a point of entry. Looking up, a series of timber-clad louvre windows provides ample privacy and an enhanced aesthetic, while encouraging the morning sun to stream in and warm the interior.
Through the central walkway and across the threshold, a bright reception hallway divides the spacious kitchen and dining area to the left and a comfy lounge area to the right, each focused on the large glass windows gazing directly out to sea. Soaring double-height ceilings and a mezzanine-style landing allow sunshine to flood in via a roof light, located above the handcrafted staircase. On the first floor, four double bedrooms each boast their own similarly stunning ocean views out through floor-to-ceiling windows.
Project by WATERSHEDD
Photography by Evie Johnstone