The original layout was typical of a traditional farm building and was extended previously to provide an open planned kitchen and dining space. 

On this occasion an existing first floor conservatory room was removed and replaced with a similar sized space on the ground floor.

Sandstone and painted grey timber were used to continue the character of the existing building and local vernacular.


The generously glazed extension forms a new sunroom overlooking the rear garden and beyond to rural countryside. The existing dining room window was removed to provide a flowing connection from the kitchen to the sunroom via the existing dining room.

The large panes of glazing, including the corner windows, emphasise the surrounding fields and countryside.