Restorations & Extensions

Grade II listed Bath town house

A stunning example of internal and external details of a Grade II Bath town house converted from several flats back into a single residence

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Grade II listed Somerset farmhouse

Tucked into a backwater in the countryside south of Bath, this farmhouse was extensively refurbished and altered to create a six bedroom family home.

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Gloucestershire estate

This eighteenth century and regency Gloucestershire country house, spoiled by ill-planned extensions and alterations during the early 20th century and suffering from neglect thereafter, was bought by a client in late 1990. After prolonged negotiations with English Heritage and the District Council, consent was obtained for the removal of the later additions, replanning the house [...]

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Country house near Bath

This plain, quarry manager’s Victorian house was to be extended to form a five bedroomed property with a Queen Anne façade.

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Grade II listed country house near Marlborough

At this Grade II listed country house near Marlborough we undertook a programme of design, refurbishment and modernisation to create an elegant, comfortable, contemporary home.

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Grade I listed property in Bath

This Grade I listed building was home to Queen Charlotte during her stay in Bath in 1817 and is reputed to be her favourite garden. Our brief was to double the size of the ground floor flat utilising part of the garden to create more living and bedroom space.

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Thatched cottage in Somerset

Our clients asked us to extend this simple thatched cottage, thereby creating a new kitchen and garden room, and to completely refurbish the shell of the building.

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Early 19th century Grade II* above the River Dart

This wonderful early 19th century Grade II* building was one of the first of John Nash’s romantic Italianate buildings, set in parkland high above the River Dart.  It was sadly neglected and dramatically altered during the 20th century creating, in effect, two buildings out of the original one and destroying many of the fine internal [...]

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