Pannal House Farm – Harrogate
Bowman Riley was commissioned to design a new detached family home on the site of a derelict barn and farmhouse in a picturesque rural setting near Harrogate.
Initially, we examined the possibility of renovating the existing buildings, however, the costs associated with making the buildings structurally safe proved to be prohibitive.
The project now involves the demolition of a derelict barn and farmhouse to make space for a new six-bedroom property with a kitchen, five reception rooms, six bathrooms and a gym. The existing milking parlour will also be developed into garage space with potential for conversion into a swimming pool.
Our brief is to retain the characteristics of the farmhouse and barn but alter the orientation of the new property to make better use of the view over the valley.
This attractive new home has been designed to re-use the stone from the existing buildings and to be in keeping with the rural soundings.
Two designs have been presented to the client for consideration; one traditional in style, one more contemporary. We are currently developing the schemes for the client providing floor plans, visuals and 3D walk-throughs of the two potential options with a view to take one of these forward for further development.
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