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High contrast contemporary, minimalist spaces in the Kent countryside

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  • Project Type Icon

    Project Type

    New build within historic brick shell

  • Floor Area Icon

    Floor Area

    130 square metres

  • Design By Icon

    Design

    Vernacular Homes

This 3 bedroom ancillary accommodation was once an agricultural building. While it retains the texture of weathered brickwork appropriate to its rural context, internally it has been completely transformed. The crisp, clean lines and monochromatic colour scheme have created a stylish modern interior. The fully opening glazed doors create a strong connection with the surrounding countryside.

The light, minimalist feel is continued with the creation of a double height living space and first-floor landing with glass balustrade leading to the two first floor en-suite bedrooms. A third bedroom with en-suite bathroom is located on the ground floor.

The open plan kitchen area, with its suitably contrasting black and white colour scheme, is located adjacent to the main living space.

The building has underfloor heating throughout by an oil-fired boiler, set in its own miniature plant room.

This bold and contemporary conversion is an excellent example of how generous and well-designed spaces can be achieved within a modest budget.

  • Listed Building Status Icon

    Listed Status

    Curtilage listed

  • External Finishes

    External Finishes

    Existing brickwork with natural slate roof

  • Energy Icon

    Energy

    From an oil-fired boiler which is also connected to the underfloor heating

This 3 bedroom ancillary accommodation was once an agricultural building. While it retains the texture of weathered brickwork appropriate to its rural context, internally it has been completely transformed. The crisp, clean lines and monochromatic colour scheme have created a stylish modern interior. The fully opening glazed doors create a strong connection with the surrounding countryside.

The light, minimalist feel is continued with the creation of a double height living space and first-floor landing with glass balustrade leading to the two first floor en-suite bedrooms. A third bedroom with en-suite bathroom is located on the ground floor.

The open plan kitchen area, with its suitably contrasting black and white colour scheme, is located adjacent to the main living space.

The building has underfloor heating throughout by an oil-fired boiler, set in its own miniature plant room.

This bold and contemporary conversion is an excellent example of how generous and well-designed spaces can be achieved within a modest budget.

  • Project Type Icon

    Project Type

    New build within historic brick shell

  • Floor Area Icon

    Floor Area

    130 square metres

  • Design By Icon

    Design

    Vernacular Homes

  • Listed Building Status Icon

    Listed Status

    Curtilage listed

  • External Finishes

    External Finishes

    Existing brickwork with natural slate roof

  • Energy Icon

    Energy

    From an oil-fired boiler which is also connected to the underfloor heating

This 3 bedroom ancillary accommodation was once an agricultural building. While it retains the texture of weathered brickwork appropriate to its rural context, internally it has been completely transformed. The crisp, clean lines and monochromatic colour scheme have created a stylish modern interior. The fully opening glazed doors create a strong connection with the surrounding countryside.

The light, minimalist feel is continued with the creation of a double height living space and first-floor landing with glass balustrade leading to the two first floor en-suite bedrooms. A third bedroom with en-suite bathroom is located on the ground floor.

The open plan kitchen area, with its suitably contrasting black and white colour scheme, is located adjacent to the main living space.

The building has underfloor heating throughout by an oil-fired boiler, set in its own miniature plant room.

This bold and contemporary conversion is an excellent example of how generous and well-designed spaces can be achieved within a modest budget.

  • Project Type Icon

    Project Type

    New build within historic brick shell

  • Floor Area Icon

    Floor Area

    130 square metres

  • Design By Icon

    Design

    Vernacular Homes

  • Listed Building Status Icon

    Listed Status

    Curtilage listed

  • External Finishes

    External Finishes

    Existing brickwork with natural slate roof

  • Energy Icon

    Energy

    From an oil-fired boiler which is also connected to the underfloor heating

Please contact us to discuss your design or build project

Please feel free to get in contact with us to discuss any aspect of your project. You can do this by emailing us or by calling Trevor Weeks, who is one of our directors on 01233 861177.

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