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This remote farm house near Leith Hill was extended to form new
eating, dining and lounge facilities together with bedroom and bathing above. The original farm house dates back to the 1700 century and
much care was taken to ensure a seamless match from the old to the new, swallow hand made tiles were employed and hand crafted
windows installed.The building offers a high level of comfort and has
been designed to look and feel as it has always been a part of
the building.

This Iroko African hardwood orangery was hand crafted to fit and
blend as one with the building. It was completed with an oak latern colour, paying attention to the textured birch matching, plinth style
bricks and flemish bond birch pattern. High quality argon double glazing with easy clean surfaces were employed and high levels of insulation installed to give a comfortable climate. The whole building was brought
to a high level of finish both inside and outside to the great satisfaction
of the owners.

This 1920's cottage owned by a local artist, was was very
concerned with light and wanted to preserve the magnificent views
to the picturesque landscapes beyond when the new Dining Room,
Stdio and downstairs wc were added.The brickwork needed special
care and Imperial size bricks were employed to match the existing texture and hue to create a seamless merge from the old brickwork to the new.
The overall effect is very pleasing to the eye and works both internally and externally.
This beautiful 1700 century cottage, nestling in the deep woods of the Surrey hills, was completly refurbished.
Renovations included a new roof, new windows, electrical work, plumbing and utility room, together with the installation of a two story garage, allowing double parking facilities below and games room on top.
Refurbishment and Build
This turn of the century house was much improved with the addition
of this beautiful kitchen/breakfast room renovation. The vaulted
ceiling was added to gain height and character oak beams were used
to give strength and rustic charm. A lighting console was fitted to
operate the various mood lighting systems and two types of hand
made imperial bricks were mixed to match the external features.
Extension with Garage Facilities
This Dorking home was reinvigorated with a bespoke shaped kitchen and dining area extension. Clay tiles were fitted to the roof with aluminum windows and doors in hardwood frames made to match the existing structure. The internal reconfiguration moved the axis of the old kitchen to give outstanding light and an interesting room. Underfloor heating and floor tiling throughout this room helps connect the dining and kitchen areas and a new brick build traditional garage gives the finishing touches to the excellent development.
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