.......the difference is in the detail
Our aim when considering a scheme is to create a development with individuality and character to a high specification. We have the experience to consider both residential and commercial opportunities throughout the Midlands. Please click here to see our latest requirements. We are able to specialize in traditional building techniques for the restoration of listed buildings and barn conversions as well as utilizing the latest technology and sustainable methods of construction.
If you have a project or site of your own that you wish to discuss then please contact us.
Barton Lodge, Church Broughton. This house was originally a small 3 bedroomed lodge to the Barton Blount estate.
Following lengthy negotiations with the local planning authority, we created a fully refurbished, substantial 4 bedroomed home standing in a large plot with woodland.
All internal fittings and finishes were selected in conjunction with the client to create an individual and unique home.
Heath House Farm, Church Broughton. A development of 10 dwellings built to a high specification, backed by our 10 year NHBC Warranty. Located in open countryside close to the A50 corridor.
Each property is completely individual incorporating character and a host of original features which have been enhanced by fittings and finishes personally selected in conjunction with each home owner.
7-11 Wardwick, Derby. Originally built as a gentlemans club in the 1800's this elegant town centre building on the Wardwick in Derby totals over 6000sq.ft..
We undertook a substantial programme of restoration and improvements on the property including the extension of the usable ground floor area.
The property has been retained and is currently let to Bar Fever.
Old Ash Barns, Ingleby. These buildings, which overlook the river Trent, were acquired in a semi derelict state as they were no longer viable for modern farming.
The completed development incorporates three luxury 4 bedroom homes around a central courtyard. They have been extensively restored retaining many of the original features of the buildings structure, whilst providing all the high specification of a new home.
Brocksford Hall, Doveridge Designed by Douglas and Fordham and built in 1894, Brocksford Hall is a grade II listed building standing in it's own grounds. The 35 acre estate was acquired following the closure of a private school.
Following extensive negotiations with the local planning authority, a total of 9 dwellings were created within the grounds and have subsequently been sold.
Additionally the main hall has been retained and converted to incorporate 6 luxury apartments which are available to let.