Broadview House is a Victorian farmhouse that was previously extended in the 1980s. The house sits atop a hill and benefits from far reaching views over the surrounding countryside and neighbouring villages. The house has been further extended, introducing an oak framed barn and a two storey masonry element, to increase the current accommodation by 50%.
A new staircase has been inserted into the heart of the house that connects the new elements to the existing and improves circulation within the home. The new barn extension provides the living space and is shaped around an impressive chimney flue and fireplace that extends through the vaulted space. The internal finishes match modern and rustic, with oak and glass used in conjunction to create a light and open space. Large openings provide views to the surrounding landscapes and link the building with the outside.
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