This 17th Century farm building with oast had alterations made in the 18th and 19th centuries. Several window and door apertures have been reconstructed. All joinery and forgework, roof coverings and claddings have been replaced.
Kitchen complete with table, plate rack, dresser top, settle designed for purpose.
This original doorway complete with sign was fitted with a contemporaneous door from our stock with the customer’s own latch set reclaimed form a Scottish lighthouse.
The living room is the oldest part of the building dating from the 17th century. The mullioned window is original.
A close up of the mullioned window shows how these apertures were often lathed and plastered over.
A sympathetic cupboard design to hide the electricity supply.
Nursery with revealed timbers.
Bathroom. Brick window board resists damp. Brick pattern tiling using standard white tiles gives a traditional feel for the same cost.