The works comprised stripping out a redundant farm building including, forming new window and external doors opening, ensuring in keeping with traditional building techniques in local red sandstone rubble walling, renewal of loose timber pitched roof structure with natural slate coverings, timber upper floors, feature hardwood staircase with glazed balustrade, timber studwork internal partitions and timber paneled doors, plasterboard and skim linings to internal walls and ceilings.
A particular feature of the building being the full height glazed screen over two levels, with a green oak surround and emphazing the oak staircase behind Externally, below ground drainage, creation of feature courtyard area with traditional stone paving, landscaping, stone walls and other external works
Client: Beech Holdings
Completion: September 2012
Contract: Conversion and extension to traditional farm building into a luxurious holiday let.
Architect: Brier Associates
Duration: 30 Weeks
Tanking and damp proofing
Structural “Cyntec” anchorage system
Plasterwork and rendering