This historic seventeenth Century farmhouse redesigned by CCD Architects is located in St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands.

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Description by CCD Architects Maison Frie au 4 is a big seventeenth Century farmhouse in St Saviour. Its format is that of a typical 5 bay, 2 storey historic Guernsey longhouse with a rear 2 storey nineteenth Century kitchen extension and a few small outbuildings. The shopper had thought-about introducing an orangerie to the rear of the constructing to offer an space with pure mild in an in any other case comparatively darkish historic property with small home windows and low ceilings. Nevertheless it was agreed that a greater answer each aesthetically and from a worth for cash perspective can be achieved by way of a extra substantial modern design answer. As an alternative of an orangerie a single storey extension operating perpendicular to the primary constructing was proposed. Changing the derelict shed, changing the boundary wall and successfully forming a courtyard with the L form of the prevailing home and a really excessive backyard wall. Images by Tom Warry Go to CCD Architects

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