Grade II listed country house in Oxfordshire

At the heart of an Oxfordshire village, this Grade II house dates back to the 1600s.  Various additions and alterations were made over the intervening centuries and three years ago, after a previous breakdown in negotiations with the planners, the new owners came to us to take on the re-planning and extension of the property.  The result is an homogenous blend of contemporary and traditional architecture that has created a comfortable, very special home, whilst retaining strong echoes of the various stages of its historic development.

As the project developed, the scope of works grew to encompass the conversion of the thatched stables into annexe accommodation, together with landscaping works and alterations to the garden.