|Formally an old farmhouse, converted into 3 dwellings with single story rear extension visible only on the rear.
The photo on the right shows a large triangular window in gable end.
|Above, barn conversion showing end now bricked in, roof completely relaid using original tiles and oak bi-fold doors installed.|
|Amtico flooring. Walls removed to make long room, new kitchen supplied and fitted.|
Porch using stone from the same quarry as the 200 year old cottage. Pointing matches the pointing on the lower part of the cottage.
Raised floor level created at one end of the room. Waterproof levelling screed laid to entire area.
|Loft Conversion, through the door is en-suite, then matching staircase leading down from loft conversion.|
|Recently built to look like a wishing well but this is actually a BBQ.|
|Double garage with pitched roof built aproximatly 20 years after the house was built.|
|Herringbone block paving drive, reclaimed brick retaining wall matching bricks on house.|
|Pitched roof double garage, tiled to match house.
Built on piled foundations due to poor ground conditions.
|Patio area with pond and steps down to greenhouse, bricks to match existing garage.|