Inside the Grand Designs property so stunning the developer refused to sell and moved in his family

A BRIGHTON property wowed its developer so much that he took it for himself, moving his whole family into the contemporary home.

The unique wildflower-covered roof and the Japanese-inspired layout are only some of Hove House’s stand-out features, resulting in property boss Paul Templeton deciding not to put it on the market.

A Brighton property wowed its developer so much that he took it for himself

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A Brighton property wowed its developer so much that he took it for himselfCredit: Baobab
Property boss Paul Templeton moved his whole family into the contemporary home

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Property boss Paul Templeton moved his whole family into the contemporary homeCredit: Baobab

Paul, who owns property development company Baobab Developments, spent over two years working on the stunning single-storey home, where it was intended for a lucky future customer.

His company specialises in building homes with a clear architectural slant, and the very private, sanctuary-like Hove House stood out amongst the city’s abundance of huge extensions and four-storey properties.

The compact home features in tonight’s episode of Grand

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