Featured projects over the years
Bugler Homes have a proven track record of building homes that bring our customers lasting joy and reassurance. We’ve brought together some projects which showcase these principles here.
The Woodlarks was a bespoke gated development of 16 three, four and five bedroom homes in Bagshot, Surrey. Close to both countryside and the bustling village centre, The Woodlarks offered the ideal setting to raise a family, create meaningful experiences and achieve an effortless work-life balance with all modern amenities provided.
Within the grounds, an orchard was designed for the enjoyment of homeowners in addition to providing potential ecological benefits for the surrounding environment, with measures such as bee and bat boxes, insect hotels and over 25 different types of wildflower planting.
Nash Trade House
Nash Trade House demonstrated a statement design on a previously developed brownfield site, in the heart of Watford. The material palette was simple but stylish. The façade treatment included a subtle stock brick, and the brickwork has a striking finish with interesting brick relief features and modern anthracite grey windows and doors.
The shape of the site meant that the 38 private one and two bedroom apartments enjoyed spacious layouts with different aspects and a number of interesting features. At the rear of Nash Trade House, the communal space itself took the shape of a Walled Garden, a thoughtful addition to the development
The Paddock was an exclusive development of five five-bedroom detached homes in a most desirable, private and sought-after location at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Rickmansworth. Each home at The Paddock was thoughtfully designed and specified to create well planned family accommodation developed to a high specification. Outside, landscaping included private gardens and mature trees.
Churleswood Court was a striking contemporary development of six spacious apartments in the heart of Chorleywood Village close to local shops, Chorleywood Metropolitan train station and Chorleywood Common. Built to a high specification, each included a luxury fitted kitchen, modern, stylish separate bathrooms and quality fittings throughout. Each apartment had an allocated parking space and secure bike storage.
The Coronet consisted of 53 apartments, nine of which were for private sale with the remainder provided for affordable rent and shared ownership. Not only did The Coronet include new homes, but also a large Tesco Metro and a further five smaller lock up shops. The original Grade II listed Art Deco cinema formed half of the site footprint, and this inspired our inclusion of what we believe to be one of the largest brick murals in the country – a nod to the location’s cinematic past.