Homes for ‘upside-down’ living – in pictures


Ash Tree House was built in 2012 and, depending on whether you use one room on the top level as a bedroom or snug/study, it could have four bedrooms and three receptions, or vice versa. There are floor-to-ceiling windows on each level, an open-plan living room and a balcony, gallery and master bedroom suite on the top level. The open-plan kitchen/dining/family room, two more double bedrooms, shower room, utility room and plant room are on the lower level. It’s in a trendy spot with achingly cool venues nearby. £1.5m
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Knight Frank, 01225 325 999



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