Case Study

Farmhouse, Gloucestershire

This traditional farmhouse is located in rural Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Cotswolds. It was designed and built in a traditional way using local limestone for the walls and ashlar stone window frames. The front elevation was hand-dressed with a chiselled finish.

The front and side entrances have ashlar stone surrounds, with scrolled corbels and a stone canopy.

Glazed french doors at the back of the house open onto a sandstone paved terrace, with views over the river to the countryside.

  • Stone specified: Cotswold Buff Sawn on Bed with Ashlar stone dressings
  • Exterior: Duna sawn paving
  • Sector: Private residential

Architect: Yiangou Architects
Contractor: W G Carter Construction
Photography credit: Diem Photography

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