Stable House

This House, formerly comprising three cottages, stables and a carriage house, dates from the mid-eighteenth century and was built, along with the mansion house, on a Country Estate in Somerset. Converted from cottages and stables into one large single dwelling in 1982 the building was then listed Grade II for its special architectural or historic interest in 1986.

Following this, under new ownership, Louise Crossman Architects were appointed as part of the Design Team to complete a sensitive restoration, conversion and extension of the dwelling.

The scheme built upon the character of the existing building, while at the same time the contemporary extensions, particularly the new guest wing and subterranean service accommodation, sympathetically accommodated the additional space required while remaining subordinate to the existing house.