We are in the later stage of completion on this lovely air dried oak extension to a 650 year old cottage in Medbourne.
The area is very sensitive to planning as it’s not only grade 11 listed building but also on a heritage site. The ancient village of Medbourne was predominately a large Roman village some 2000 years ago with its prime location interjecting many bridleways and water courses. The brief for this particular project was a heritage sympathetic external appearance with the internal aesthetics being contemporary/modern. We have achieved the interior aesthetics with the use of lime plaster and existing stone finishes which help create a very simple yet effective canvas for the new clean lines of the kitchen and dray room furniture. We are at present waiting for the screed to dry, we then will be doing the final touches with the oak floor and painted skirtings.