This early Georgian property was extended in the 19th and 20th centuries and its story continues now with a unifying contemporary addition to the side and rear. Uncompromisingly modern detailing contrasts new and old but original brickwork and oak features have been retained throughout to reinforce the building’s historic past. The overall massing and approach is sympathetic to the building’s Conservation Area location and status, providing a characterful home suited to modern family living.
A steel bridge connects two new bedroom suites to the older part of the house at first floor level, crossing the new full height linking element which provides an entrance hall, cloakroom and storage at ground floor.
In the spacious kitchen/dining room units have concrete and marble work surfaces and the polished concrete floor incorporates underfloor heating. Extensive glazing connects the house to its grounds and wider views of its glorious Hampshire setting.
Now featured in House Beautiful - see the magazine article here.