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A selection of previous schemes . . . .

St Michael’s Church, Baldhu – Truro

An early nineteenth century parish church designed by the noted ecclesiastical architect William White. Grade II* listing. Set in an idyllic wooded setting close to Truro. A conversion to two particularly spacious and light contemporary homes.

St Peter’s ¬†Parish Church – Malvern Wells

St Peter’s Church contains four spacious (2,200 sq ft +) loft inspired homes. Particular features include a remarkable Burne-Jones stained glass window, beautiful roof timbering and fine stonework. Granite, stainless steel, limestone & glass ensure a very contemporary feel for the conversion.

The Old Magistrates Court – Shipston on Stour

Complete with paneled magistrates court sitting room and a fully preserved ‘guest cell’ for weekend visitors. The pictures below show the Courthouse kitchen formed out of one of the cells and stables.

St Michael’s Parish Church – Didmarton

One of our earliest church conversion schemes.

Ragley Mill – Alcester

A former industrial needle mill converted into six waterside homes.