CHANTRY FARM ESTATE RENOVATIONS

Various estate projects included the conversion of a listed 17th century threshing barn to two bedroom accommodation, the conversion of a large 18th century cattle barn to four bed accommodation, and the conversion of a listed cart barn.

RESIDENTIAL

SCOPE OF WORK

Various projects on the estate included the conversion of a listed 17th century threshing barn to two bedroom accommodation – new matching adzed oak trusses, cintec structural anchoring, lime-crete floors, putty lime renders, oak staircases, new metal windows, refurbishment of existing shutter doors, permeable finishes to lime walls.

The conversion of a large 18th century cattle barn to four bed accommodation – internal structural frame, openings formed for terrace, custom metal staircase, reclaimed tile roof.

The conversion of a listed cart barn – structural steel new roof structure, addition of aluminium glasshouse, formation of bat loft.

Additionally, various new forest marble dry stone look walling, local Marnhull stone new walling, extensive new york stone paved areas, automated gates, stone restoration, perimeter wall repointing in lime mortar and reclaimed tile wall capping.

LOCATION
Marnhull, Dorset

ARCHITECT
Llewelyn Harker Low

CONTRACT VALUE
Undisclosed

EMPLOYER

Private Client

RELATED PROJECTS

CHANTRY FARMHOUSE

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BROOKACRE BARN CONVERSION

The sympathetic conversion and extension of an 18th century stone barn, consisting of lowering the floor level by approximately 900mm…

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A luxury house with ashlar and  rubble stone walls, oak framed single storey sections, semi basement lower ground floor with garaging…

WHY NOT GET IN TOUCH?

We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and hear about your project. So please get in touch using the details listed below.

T. +44 (0) 1258 472394
E. info@a-hammond.co.uk

Worton House
Church Street
Sturminster Newton
Dorset DT10 1DB