Small timber conservatory and side entrance porch constructed with traditional materials and detailing, to a period end of terrace brick and flint Grade 11 Listed farm worker’s cottage, located in the village Conservation Area.
A replacement stable building, the conversion of a redundant stable block to provide a swimming pool with leisure facility, and a replacement roof to the former farm house; all on a former working farm, now in established residential use with stables, stud and grazing land, comprising 88 acres and 25 buildings.
The former farmhouse was constructed during the 15th & 16th Century and is Listed Grade 11, as is the 17th/18th Century three bay barn which has an open gallery and is now the main estate office. This building is attached to the new pool leisure building
Conversion and refurbishment of a redundant detached farm building on a working farm in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to create ancillary residential accommodation to the period farmhouse, using natural materials with traditional detailing.
Our client was looking to extend the existing property to create some additional residential units in a busy and popular part of Worthing.
What did Jessey Mason do?
We worked closely with a planning consultant and the client to come up with a suitable scheme. In the summer of 2017, we received planning approval for 4 flats. The client is now considering his options of how to proceed.