At Co Create Architects, we have extensive experience in working with listed buildings and understand the importance of preserving their historical significance while also making them functional and comfortable homes.
One of our most recent projects was the conversion of The Priory, a beautiful listed manor house in the picturesque village of Ipplepen. The project involved the restoration of original features, as well as the addition of modern amenities such as a new kitchen and bathrooms. The property is a stunning example of our commitment to preserving historical architecture while incorporating modern design elements.
The Grade II listed manor house was in need of a renovation and Co Create Architects were honoured to be a part of the project. Our team worked diligently to sympathetically restore the original structure while adding two contemporary zinc clad extensions that complement the existing design. The end result is a stunning home that seamlessly blends the old with the new.
Another project we recently completed was the renovation of the offices at Kent's Cavern back to a heritage property. This project involved the restoration of original sash windows, the preservation of historical details, and the modernisation of amenities such as the electrical and plumbing systems. The end result is a beautifully restored heritage property that is now a comfortable and functional home.
Working with heritage buildings requires a deep understanding of the building's history and character, as well as a commitment to preserving its original features. At Co Create Architects we pride ourselves on our ability to balance these two aspects, creating homes that are both beautiful and functional.
If you are considering converting a heritage building in Devon into a home, we invite you to contact Co Create Architects to discuss your project. We have the expertise and passion to bring your vision to life.
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