This example is the larger of two timber orangeries Westbury have designed and constructed on this 19th century rectory. The newest Orangery is an expansive 10.5m long, created as a sitting room and entertainment space that is the perfect place to sit and enjoy views of the extensive landscaped gardens.
In order to continue sightlines from the original orangery adjoining the kitchen, the new structure has an equal level at the roof line but a lower floor. This has resulted in a design featuring tall elegant doors and windows giving a sense of scale to this capacious room. These along with the vast 8.6m x 3.2m timber roof lantern means this room is filled with light, taking full advantage of its west facing direction.
Fascia, guttering, pilasters, window details and of course brick type have also been matched with the original structure to ensure a continuity throughout the property.
Colour: Portland Stone
Size: 10.5m x 4.9m ( 51.45m² )
Lantern: 8.6m x 3.2m
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