Situated In Crewe, Cheshire

This project involved the conversion of a traditional red brick building, which was originally a barn/milking parlour,  into two 3-bedroom semi-detached dwellings. Necessary work included the stripping of the roof and demolition of internal walls. Underpinning was required and a new floor slab, new internal walls, new heating and wiring, new roof and timber windows were installed as well as a substantial structural roofing system. Drainage was discharged into a local brook adhering to Environment Agency standards. Additional work included the demolition of four modern agricultural buildings  and external works to create new gardens and driveways.

The project also involved an extension to a traditionally built kitchen and installation of a new bathroom, as well as reconfiguration work, masonry repairs, lime pointing and lime plastering. All workmanship and finishes have been completed in strict accordance with the Duchy design guide to reflect the appearance of the original building.