Building Homes for Life at Les Petites Fontaines
Under the project, the existing home on the site has been demolished and the plot has been separated into three sections. Of these three sections, the first will comprise two Georgian-style houses, the second will comprise ten new houses and the last section will comprise four contemporary terraces that have been designed by PF+A.
Tom Bourgaize, PF+A commented: “Offering stunning views of the neighbouring islands, the homes are a fairly contemporary twist of a Victorian terrace. So far we have received a lot of interest.”
The homes are built in a modern style and the tasteful material palette includes reinforced concrete, block work, glass, slate and cedar cladding. Each of the developments features a basement laundry, basement parking, a large kitchen/family room, first-floor lounge and four bedrooms – one of which is a master suite on the top floor. In addition, all of the homes feature a balcony and recess balconies on each floor.
Landscaping has included the creation of a communal pathway area and seating area to the front of the properties and private gardens with a patio to the rear.
John Nobes, Infinity Group, said: “Although the underground works – namely the construction of the underground parking space – was rather tricky, the construction phase has been relatively straightforward so far.
“This is one of the most exciting projects that we have worked on, due in part to the stunning sea views. It is also exciting to build this type of property in an urban environment, where they perhaps have not been seen before.
“Infinity Views is a key development for us and is one of the first developments that we really put our stamp on. It is also brilliant to work with PF+A, who we have established a loyal and successful working relationship with over the years”.
This Project is now complete. This article first appeared in Premier Construction Magazine. The article also featured other PF+A projects Old Bank Chambers, Opal Tide and La Vinnaire.