Brick House homes are built around the principles of bright, open spaces. High ceilings, tall windows and glass doors on the ground floor all flood the homes with light. Upstairs living spaces have Juliet balconies with French doors. Layouts are also open and free-flowing, maximising the feeling of space.
Floors are in natural, subtle timber shades with carpets upstairs; fittings are in elegant black and white; and bathrooms and kitchens are clean and modern. These are stylish, understated interiors that let you put your mark on your home.
As you’d expect from a home called Brick House, these homes are built with lovely, distinctive brickwork. Some styles use a 'water-struck' red brick, others a dark blue one. Both are full of gorgeous textures and tones.
Slender white concrete window surrounds help to throw light into the rooms. Whilst doors and drainpipes are elegantly inset to keep the designs clean and modern. Other elegant detail includes white edging around the roof and understated, pale grey aluminium doors and balcony balustrades.
The homes that make up Phase 1b at Port Loop are built around a landscaped communal garden. You can slide open your glass back door and step out into a natural, grassy space or simply sit in your living room and enjoy the feeling of openness and freedom you get from looking out at green grass and blue sky.
Brick House was created specifically for Port Loop by Places for People and Urban Splash, working with local architecture heroes Glenn Howells Architects.
About Port Loop
Customisable Town Houses now on sale
We've launched the second phase of homes at Port Loop with our partners Places for People. Town House is customisable, meaning you create your 'Grand Design' using over 70 different layout options; there’s options of two-storey (1000 sq ft) or three-storey homes (1500 sq ft), which both include parking and garden space.