The Old Beer House

A listed building in Wiltshire’s Green Belt requires a contemporary barn extension and major renovation to create a modern family home enjoying spectacular views over Wiltshire’s Green Belt.

Image of external steps up to front door of The Old Beer House with new extension on the right Image of external steps up to front door of The Old Beer House with new extension on the right
View allow internal corridor with bath stone and plastered walls and large window at end looking onto garden View allow internal corridor with bath stone and plastered walls and large window at end looking onto garden
Image showing foot of internal stairs with mustard coloured carpet and area of Bath stone exposed on internal wall Image showing foot of internal stairs with mustard coloured carpet and area of Bath stone exposed on internal wall
Image of dining table in contemporary kitchen dining room with old fireplace behind displaying wine bottles Image of dining table in contemporary kitchen dining room with old fireplace behind displaying wine bottles
Image of frameless corner glazing to internal corner Image of frameless corner glazing to internal corner
View looking through sliding aluminium patio doors into living room with Bath rubble stone walls and timber soffit View looking through sliding aluminium patio doors into living room with Bath rubble stone walls and timber soffit
Image showing full height windows and corner glazing giving lots of natural light in new doubel height living room extension Image showing full height windows and corner glazing giving lots of natural light in new doubel height living room extension
The Old Beer House

A listed building in Wiltshire’s Green Belt requires a contemporary barn extension and major renovation to create a modern family home enjoying spectacular views over Wiltshire’s Green Belt.

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We were commissioned to explore designs for a listed building in Wiltshire Green Belt. The house has been substantially altered over time with some poorer quality additions. The task was to increase the family living accommodation with a carefully proportioned contemporary barn accessed from the original house via a glazed link and to restore the original property it to its original state, remedying poor quality work and joinery whilst making a family home suitable for modern living. The expansive views from the property were to be maximised in the new accommodation where large areas of glazing would be possible. The landscaping has been altered to provide good off road access to a sunken driveway set below eye level so as not to impede the views.

The Old Beer House

We were commissioned to explore designs for a listed building in Wiltshire Green Belt. The house has been substantially altered over time with some poorer quality additions. The task was to increase the family living accommodation with a carefully proportioned contemporary barn accessed from the original house via a glazed link and to restore the original property it to its original state, remedying poor quality work and joinery whilst making a family home suitable for modern living. The expansive views from the property were to be maximised in the new accommodation where large areas of glazing would be possible. The landscaping has been altered to provide good off road access to a sunken driveway set below eye level so as not to impede the views.

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