A combination of extensions and remodelling have transformed this family home, providing a spacious and welcoming gathering and living space. The brief included extensions to the existing kitchen to provide an island breakfast bar, new utility, office, ground floor guest bedroom and an orangery. The builders have made a great job and we couldn’t be more pleased for our clients
Designs for a house extension annex to a family home in the open countryside have been completed. The design will provide a new separate home linked by an oak frame and glass link to the main farmhouse. The annex will replace an existing Bed and Breakfast building. Constructed in brick with oak frame and lime render infill with a distinctive oak frame porch, the dwelling is a traditional style home with contemporary features including large […]
Planning permission has been given to completely remodel and extend this period farmhouse in Cheshire. The proposals will provide a ground floor rear extension to create an open plan kitchen-dining-family room, a new loft conversion as well as a detached garage with studio above. Construction to commence shortly
Designs have been drawn up to extend and remodel an existing farmhouse. The works include single storey front and rear extensions to provide spacious living, kitchen and utility areas as well as a dormer loft conversion to provide two additional bedrooms. A new double garage and workshop as well as a complimentary landscaping scheme will complete this proposed development.
A house extension in Hale designed for one of our clients has been recently completed. The extension provides a new loft space creating a large guest bedroom, at ground floor the old kitchen has been removed and an entirely newly extended and remodelled kitchen space has taken its place. Bi-fold doors look over the rear garden, which is yet to be completed later in the year. The side and rear of the property were completely removed allowing the space to be opened up in to […]
A small orangery / kitchen extension designed for one of our clients has been recently completed. Full planning permission was gained for an extension to provide a family living area off the kitchen. Bi-fold doors overlooking the garden and a large lantern with a vaulted ceiling provide dramatic effect and focus as well as lots of natural light to enjoy the space.
The project involves a two storey side extension, garage conversion and extension above creating dormer bedroom as well as a single storey rear kitchen extension. The works are progressing well!
The design creates a Two Storey House Extension that is linked to the historic thatched barn with a traditional style barn-like appearance with clay tile roof, oak frame and clad in stained black feather board with Cheshire brick plinth. Internally the space will provide additional accommodation including 3 bedrooms and living areas. The two buildings are joined together with a glass link that offers little intrusion on the history of the thatched barn
Drawings have been finalised for submission to extend this cottage design which has been previously approved by Cheshire East Council to provide much needed additional accommodation for the occupant. The House Extension has been sympathetically designed in Cheshire brick to complement the palette of materials of lime render, oak and reclaimed clay tile