Period Property Restoration Near York


See our project for The Coach House Kirk Hammerton, a period property restoration in North Yorkshire within the Harrogate Ribston ward area—a home designed to blend with its natural surroundings, combining building and landscape architecture.

A groundbreaking project which saw groundworks transform the previously dilapidated estate into a stunning fusion of heritage features combined with modern, contemporary living spaces. It revolutionised both property architecture and landscape architecture into our client’s vision.


Sunroom Extensions To The Front And Rear


To maximise natural light and the stunning views across the North Yorkshire landscapes, we designed a more traditional white-timber framed sunroom to one side of the property with full-width opening doors enabling indoor-outdoor living to the external stone courtyard area.

An additional modern sunroom was designed at the other property orientation, sliding open to a stone patio area with panoramic views over the precisely landscaped gardens.


A Contemporary Extension On A Historic Period Property


Harmonising with the modern landscaped gardens, a modern sunroom extension was chosen to the rear of the property. Facilitating an open-plan kitchen and living area, this stylish space used contrasting black structural details with the existing period brickwork to deliver a contemporary feature extension that matched seamlessly with the existing estate.


Restoring The Period Property Features And Character Of Old


To maintain the historic charm and character of the property, the face brick was matched to the existing structure and featured decorative external brickwork. Traditional sash windows set within this beautiful brickwork enhanced the classic characteristics of the period property.


A Project Combining Property Architecture And Landscape Architecture In Yorkshire


The client desired a usable, all-year-round outdoor space that could be regarded from their main living areas. The kitchen extension was designed with this in mind.

Using Mediterranean influences, precise linear planting and height variations, landscape architecture was an equally important part of this project.


Solar Panels & Sustainable Property Restoration Design


To benefit from the expansive roof areas, extensive house photovoltaics were incorporated into the period property restoration to provide a source of safe and locally produced renewable solar energy for both economic and ecological benefits.

Harrogate
01423 505 924
Temple House,
Raglan Street, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 1LE
York
01904 217190
152-154 Holgate Road,
York , Y024 4DQ