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We were asked to completely remodel this seventeenth century Ham stone house that lies within the historic village of Tintinhull.  


Planning permission was received to remove a twentieth century brick extension and add a two storey extension in its place.  The new extension contains an asymmetrical roof which is a common feature of the local area. The building is constructed in traditional local materials including dressed Ham stone rubble, with cut quoins and coping stones.  The roof is finished in clay double Roman tiles.  


The conservation and refurbishment works also included adding a new kitchen, bathrooms, new floors, doors, windows, internal partitions and a new roof. Landscaping works are to follow.

Extension and conservation of a house in Tintinhull, Somerset

House in Tintinhull, Somerset

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