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When we were approached by Isobel and Duncan, we were immediately excited at the challenges that we knew we would face not only with the oak framed approach, but by the fact it was a 2 extensions to a listed building, part of the structure was also a retaining wall and that the materials all had to be in keeping / reclaimed to match the existing building.

The former bakehouse has been turned into a beautifully luxurious home, and the finishing touches not to mention the ongoing design and material choices throughout the project have made this a project that we are proud to be associated with.

Although obviously not one of our biggest projects, the scope of works was considerable and included the following:

excavate garden and form retaining structure to form part of the new room
extend existing kitchen
install underfloor heating
manufacture and install oak framed structure
renew windows with oak to match existing style
replace all internal joinery for oak
install oak flooring
re-tile kitchen floor area
new security system
renew existing balustrading with oak and glass
fit external steel and glass balustrading
knock through from existing bakehouse into new extension to form open plan room
install log burner
install media wiring and hifi wiring

We could go on for ages detailing all of the works, but the above is just a short excerpt highlighting the extend of the project. Im sure you will agree that this is a beautiful addition to what was already a strikingly interesting dwelling.

ps…i know arthur the decorator and glen the electrician look a little bit like they have just been “let out for the day”…but trust me they are quite normal!