The project involves an extension and new roof, as well as conservation and refurbishment works to an early eighteenth century grade II listed farmhouse. The building is situated in a small hamlet near Box, Wiltshire, just on the edge of the Cotswolds, and only a few miles from Bath.

Our proposal entails removing a thermally poor rear conservatory and replacing with a garden room that can be used all the year around.  The new extension is constructed in an oak frame and features a lead roof with a glazed lantern.

We also propose to reinstate a gable and pitched roof to an existing extension that had been removed in the mid-twentieth century. 

Other works include new stone mullioned windows, new doors, refurbishment of fireplaces and a bread oven, new floors and traditional lime plastering.

Planning and listed building consent have been granted and construction work is now nearly complete.

Conservation and extensions to a listed House in the Cotswolds near Box, Wiltshire

View of the rear

James Armitage Architects, 27A Westgate Street, Bath, BA1 1EP

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