Restoration Projects was needed to carry out a complete refurbishment and restoration on an early 19th century barn and house which was originally built by the Quakers, circa 1820.Restoration Projects, with close collaboration with the client, worked with one of London’s top architects, Guy Hollaway, who designed the sympathetic but modern residence. There were many complex aspects to the design of the house and barn; both properties were connected by a state-of-the-art, contemporary glazed link and feature bridge.
Underpinning and structural works.
Stripping out interior to structural shell.
High-specification fit out.
Installation of properties own sewage plant and system.
Eco-friendly amenities, including water bore hole and ground source heat pump.
Connection to the main supplies for electricity and media communication.
Underfloor heating system throughout the property.
Installation of bespoke kitchen and five superior bathrooms, all to unique design.
Installing a whole house audio-visual system which included CCTV and integrated surround sound.