The conversion of an approximately 200 year old coachhouse in Congresbury. The conversion involved the removal of existing paint on stonework and repointing with a lime-based mortar. Re-roofed using existing clay pantiles. A steel frame was built within the structure and was tied together. Traditional Pattress plates within the floor construction to stabilise the building. All joinery was bespoke made in solid European oak which was also used for floors. Wet room ensuite bathrooms were fitted with underfloor heating and high-quality fittings. The kitchen area was bespoke painted joinery with a glass worktop with underfloor heating.