Demense Farmhouse

Extensions and refurbishment of existing farmhouse to 6 bedroom dwelling including basement formation to a very high specification, including conversion of 4 no. barns into offices, garages, store and biomass boiler/pellet store.


Extensive external works forming dry stone retaining walls, car parking areas, patios, entrance drives and land drainage over the site.


Value of works = £1.6 million.


All trades, bricklayers, carpenters, roofers, M&E, plasterers, ground workers, floorers and steel workers.


Key features: Sash windows throughout, specialist cornices and ceiling roses, specialist flooring, stone cladding to main house, lead work hips and ridges, bespoke roof lights, curved staircase including cast iron balustrading and built-in wardrobes throughout.



Bryn Garth

A grade II listed farmhouse which was in a dilapidated state and in need of complete refurbishment.

A two storey extension to incorporate a larger kitchen, utility room and stairwell to ground floor & 2 additional bedrooms to 1st floor. 

The roof timbers were refurbished & re-slated in Chinese slate & flat roof areas were covered in Code 5 lead work using traditional methods.

Where possible, the existing box frame windows were repaired & refurbished.  Where new box frame windows were required, these were manufactured

by our in-house joinery workshop.

The kitchen & utility rooms were tiled using hand made clay quarry tiles, the slate worktops and aga cooker give the kitchen a traditional ambience. 

The decorative columns are hand made out of Accoya timber.  The ground floor consists of dining room, large kitchen, sitting room, drawing room, utility room and

hallway with bespoke stairs.  The first floor consists of five bedrooms three bathrooms and large landing with balcony viewing.

The ornate Arches & column piers are in keeping with this period house.  The finish to this particular property both internally and externally is of a very high standard. 

The external work consisted of stone built walls, stone slab patio’s and paths, turfed lawned areas and a tarmac drive.

The detached barn was re-roofed and the stone work rebuilt as required.  The timber barn doors were renewed and internally a concrete floor laid.

Our tradesmen are certainly proud of the work they have carried out on this prestigious project.  



The Green, Goodrich

A listed manor farmhouse dating back to the 1800th century.  There was a modern extension previously built onto the property that was totally out of keeping with this type of property.  The brief was to demolish the existing extension and construct a stonework extension with attic trusses, this gave an extra three large bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms which have marble floors and walls, all finished to a very high specification. The floor below consists of a further three bedrooms with ensuite shower rooms.  Ground floor of the property includes kitchen, lounge and study and a cellar beneath.  To the far end of the exisitng house a stone orangery was constucted with a sky light roof.

A seperate garage & store was built in stone to match the farmhouse.




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