Nestles into any rural landscape, evoking images of the charm of historic village settlements. The plan form is “T” shaped, formed by a traditional gable-ended rectangle with a steep pitched thatched or tiled roof, linked to a projecting wing under a tiled roof. Catslide or eyebrow windows are slotted into the roofscape and become a dominant feature. The tiled roof section has a bonnet hip and features catslide dormer windows and a projecting porch. The Felsted is a three bedroom, two bathroom property with the ground floor providing accommodation in a linear form, circulation emanating from the central dining room. The dominant feature to the main rooms being open fireplaces. Central oak beams enhance the character of the living space. A particularly attractive house, using varying materials from one part of the roof to the other. Can be used gable-end on for narrow plots.