Rough Hey Farm

Client

Private

Project cost

£250,000

Location

Macclesfield/Leek

Project Description

Refurbishment of existing house to create attractive new residence

We were employed as architects on a project to modernise and extend a run-down farmhouse to provide comfortable modern living accommodation. Although not listed, the building had to be adapted and extended sensitively with a new stair tower concealed at the back and a distinctive but sympathetic new kitchen/dining pavilion added on the outside corner to replace a dilapidated lean-to.

Key Features

The 'L' shaped farmhouse, located in the rolling hills of Derbyshire, dated in part from the 17th century.

  • A mixture of new build with restoration of existing fabric.
  • Upgrading old fabric to modern energy conservation standards.
  • Creation of an attractive new house from run-down existing building.

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