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  Small annexe to listed wiltshire cottage
  Refurbishment and change of use of Grade 2 listed townhouse to create two dwellings in Devizes
  New entrance canopy on front elevation of Grade 2 listed house in Oxfordshire
  small link between oxfordshire farmhouse and outbuilding
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  This is one of a pair of cottages that date back to the 1600's, of timber-frame construction with brick infill panels and crude timber outbuildings. The following four pictures show the restoration and extension of the properties.
  Interior,  pre-refurbishment
  restoration of thatched extension
  new oak frame supports original roof and thatch
  Completed project -full restoration retains the integrity of the original timber-framed house with an extension that incorporates a partial oak frame complimenting the original structure
  This cottage required complete refurbishment and enlargement of the accomodation was achieved by converting the adjacent barn and linking it as illustrated below.
  A contemporary link using traditional materials was chosen so as not to 'upstage' the rustic barn and cottage
  Although not in itself listed, it is by virtue of being sited immediately adjacent to an 17th century farmhouse. This former granary required relatively little structural work and the scale and volume are evident despite its conversion to a family home
  This agricultural building was in a state of dilapidation, but nevertheless worthy of retention and was conserved by using a system of props and only re-constructing brickwork where absolutely necessary. It forms the kitchen, breakfast and family area of a larger converted barn
  A guest annex with garaging for two cars and a studio. An oak framed building was considered to be the most appropriate with a brick plinth and boarding in order that it appears subordinate to the previously coverted mill house.  Carpenter Oak and Woodland  supplied and constructed the frame.
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