New House, Tywardreath

A new house within Tywardreath - it had to bridge the gap between the original cottages of the Conservation Area on one side and post-war bungalows on the other. The approved design has traditional timber windows and a slate roof, two storeys in height, stepping down to a single-storey kitchen and garage, all of which meet with the design constraints of the Conservation Area.

Building Type

HousingListed and Conservation

Services Provided

ArchitecturePlanning






Grade II House & Barns Refurbishment

The property is a detached Grade II Listed house which was originally constructed in c1710. This property stands on the site of an ancient Cluniac Priory. Little of the original building remains, although some early carved stones have been excavated by previous owners.


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Grade II Listed Barn Conversions

Whilst undertaking major refurbishment works around this Grade II Listed Building estate, the clients brief for this 'L' shaped set of buildings was for full conversion to dwelling of the two-storey apple/potato store, with the double height cow shed being converted into a meeting/function room.


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Listed Farmhouse, Coombe

Refurbishment to a Grade II Listed three bedroom farmhouse.


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