We have been involved with this scheme to demolish an old garage and create a new double garage, workshop and a one bedroom flat above. We introduced the client to the architect and constructed a superb building, using Cotswold walling stone and reclaimed stone roof tiles. We used Bath stone quoins and mullions. All windows and joinery were in Oak.
This high-class building blends in well, situated in the historic village of Lacock on one of the few privately owned properties not far from the Abbey.
A class Q conversion of a steel framed agricultural cattle shed near Clyffe Pypard to a Grand Design type house for a prominent local family. This project was very different to the norm and was a learning curve with many exciting challenges. It is highly insulated with many renewables including ground source heating.
We were commissioned by a prominent local businessman and his wife to carry out this project.
It was initially planned as part demolition and part rebuild but due to the extremely poor condition it resulted in a completely new building but with a barn theme reusing as much of the salvaged materials. The finish being natural Cotswold stone, handmade windows and cedar boarding, combined with oak. Internally many old timbers and beams are incorporated giving a traditional feel.
I one of the photos the client’s wife is assisted by our bricklayer laying one of the first blocks of her new home of which we are all very proud.
Brackstone Builders based near Devizes were commended to construct a one-off luxury house and double garage in the small village of Conock. We demolished the old dwelling in the garden which the new house was complete.
The walls are handmade Mickelmersh Bricks laid in Flemish Bond which is quite unusual. We returned to take final photos a year on when everything had toned down and the clients has completed planting.
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