The List by House and Garden

We are members of The List by House & Garden. Every so often our projects are featured in The List’s social media and the House & Garden’s online magazine. Most recently one of our projects appeared in a House &

Closing stages at Greyfell

The landscaping in the courtyard at Greyfell is taking shape. A series of low stone walls surround a handsome brick paved terrace which steps down to gravel pathways and a kitchen garden. The final touches are being made to the

Windows go in at Greyfell

The windows are now in at Greyfell! (formerly Old Lodge Barn).  The earlier design time spent positioning windows has really paid off now that the framed views across the countryside have been realised. Externally, the well crafted (and almost complete)

Room with a View

The builders have lowered a wall (below) in what will become the master bedroom at Old Lodge Barn.  It reveals what will be their view (above) out across the Cotswolds countryside.

Old Lodge Barn Starts on Site

We’re excited that the main works at Greyfell (formerly Old Lodge Barn) have now started on site. The contractors have begun preparing the site and stripping out existing stone flooring which will be set aside and reused in the landscaping

Working round the Bats

Works have started on site at Old Lodge Barn and roofs have been stripped in line with a bat license from Natural England. Fortunately no bats were found!

Oxfordshire Barn Conversion

Back in the latter part of last year we started work on an exciting new barn conversion in North Oxfordshire and we’ve been busy working towards a planning application which has now been lodged.  The scheme encompasses a simple pallet

New Project!

We are very excited to be working on a new barn conversion project in Oxfordshire.  The challenging topography of the site creates an opportunity for dramatic and engaging living accommodation; we look forward to developing the design.

Stone Barn Conversion

Perched on the edge of a ridge in north Oxfordshire sits Greyfell; a collection of old farm barns that have been transformed in to a low energy family home set around a secluded courtyard garden. With dramatic views facing west