Located at Old Rossorry Crescent, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Completed: September 2015
The client purchased this property as a project. The main bone structure was ok and had a few lovely features. However, a poorly constructed kitchen extension had been added which was totally inadequate for a family. The orientation of the dwelling was completely wrong with all the main living areas facing away from lovely views over Lough Erne nor did it correspond to the sun-path. T|here was a poor relationship between the front of the dwelling and the main access road /driveway and just to top it off there was a mains public sewer running under a section of the dwelling.
Our brief, remove the kitchen extension, re-design the existing dwelling to a more open plan arrangement while retains some of its features, introduce more natural day light into all the rooms so that they all related better to the rear garden and stunning view over Lough Erne / Enniskillen.
The client project managed the build and we were there to guide them at all times. Credit to our client who fully embraced the design concept and saw it through to the end.
We had a specific budget that was tight with our wish list however. Damian was honest from the off and put our minds at ease in relation to design and costings. The design blew us away and the unique features still have us beaming today with a sense of pride in calling this our home.
Although we project managed the build ourselves Damian was always on hand for support and advise. We had a great relationship and agreed to disagree on a few areas but the house and our visions were always at the forefront of any healthy debates.
We are delighted with the build and finish along with the costing involved. Estimates were always spot on leaving us with a clear and concise picture at all times.
I have no problem recommending Inspire to family and friends and have no hesitation in stating that although he is a Devenish man he exceeded our expectations in all areas!