We are very pleased to have finished a major restoration project of an eighteenth century Grade II listed farmhouse in Oxfordshire. The farmhouse and associated buildings including a cheese-room had sat unoccupied for fifteen years and were in need of complete renovation.
Our proposal involved undertaking a very sensitive restoration and adaptation to the farmhouse and cheese-room to make them suitable for modern family living. Redundant farm buildings from the adjacent farmyard were removed and replaced with new sympathetic structures associated with the principle dwelling.
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