We recently completed this beautiful period oak framed house in the prestigious village of Hambleton, Rutland.
Hambleton village is situated on the peninsula that protrudes into Rutland water, this peninsula splits the reservoir into two arms. The complete oak frame house was built on an existing footprint with superb views over the reservoir. By demolishing the original structure but saving the foundations and obviously the position, we are able to create this beautiful period home. The dynamics of this specially designed oak framed home were as you would expect biased toward the views of the reservoir and by utilising the 1st floor as the main living areas really made the best of the beautiful views. The ground floors consisted of garage space and also the main entrance and hallway which led you to the 1st floor with the main living areas. The exterior vertical skin was of local stone and also beautifully hand made Stone Mullion windows with the roof finished of with Colleyweston tiles. With our usual eye for detail for all the internal finishes and the detail of the oak frame, the interior of this beautiful home perfectly matched the stunning exterior views of Rutland water.