Mumford & Wood Conservation timber windows and doors have been architecturally specified in the remodelling of a traditional farmhouse typical of the region. Built around 1880, this red brick property has been significantly extended to the rear although the original building remains structurally unchanged.
In 2012 a new two-storey rear wing was added which has greatly enhanced the aesthetics of the building that now boasts elaborate use of insulation, replacement timber windows and extensive use of local oak for flooring and other interior details. Conservation double glazed box sash windows with traditional cords and weights have been installed throughout the new wing while a smart lean-to styled garden room structure, with glazed roof, French doors and fixed glazed side panels, create a bright and relaxing informal day-room. This has been finished with three coats of high quality micro-porous paint in a shade of green from the RAL Classic collection.
Elegant single glazed box sash windows remain only in the original structure of the building which provides spacious formal reception rooms, an attractive hall and gallery, and two large bedrooms that overlook a secluded and mature garden and drive.
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