The Cotswold Range – Newsletter

October 2020


This stunning barn conversion included renovating and restoring the original dilapidated 2-storey barn from its former agricultural use to new life as a 6-bedroomed home. We retained many of the original features and materials, working them in with modern bespoke features and finishes to create an ultra modern chic interior in an ancient barn.

Architect: Anderson Orr


Nestled into the side of a hill, this unique house was designed to blend with its surroundings. With large sweeping curved external Cotswold stone walls, curved glazing to maximise the views and a grassed Bauder roof, it really does makes a design statement, outside and in. The open plan ground floor has a large feature staircase, the kitchen units are a bespoke shape and there is a walk in wine cellar and bar.

Architect: Adrian James Architects


This new build farmhouse is a conventional design that we built in a traditional way to reflect its rural setting. The house has local limestone exterior walls and concrete interior walls, a Welsh slate roof, Ashlar window frames with sash windows and shutters. Inside it features the latest in insulation, underfloor heating and lighting alongside a more typical interior design for country living.

Architect: Yiangou


WG Carter completely refurbished this 17th century grade 2 listed former rectory in order to preserve the original feel of the house whilst creating a family home suitable for modern day living. Our craftsmen repaired, refurbished and replaced existing features using like for like materials and installed all new mechanical, electrical and data services. We also refurbished a cottage in the grounds and built a triple garage and a gym.

Architect: Studio Indigo