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This proposal for a new classical house is situated within the grounds of a grade I listed country house near Tisbury in Wiltshire.  Our scheme replaces an existing incongruous house that was built in the 1950s and lies on the edge of the historic walled kitchen garden.

The new house finds precedent in the Georgian lodges and small country houses located in the area.  Its massing consists of a series of additive volumes, which help to reduce its impact within the sensitive landscape. The building adopts traditional materials including lime-rendered walls with local stone dressings, and a Welsh slate roof.

The accommodation is arranged over three storeys and includes six bedrooms and four generous reception rooms including a garden room with a roof lantern.

New classical house, Tisbury, Wiltshire - front elevation featuring lime render and stone dressings

New House near Tisbury, Wiltshire - front elevation

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