A small intervention on the rear of a Grade II listed house facing the River Dart has unlocked a light filled space. Relocating the kitchen to the second floor with a stone topped island beneath the patent roof glazing makes this the heart of the home. The kitchen has space for breakfast seating and provides easy access to the tiered gardens and bbq area outside. Painting the existing timber ceiling and trusses and introducing light tones has transformed the space.


Hand crafted kitchen, pantry and dining room cabinetry compliment the clients beautiful artwork and handmade pieces. The bespoke cabinetry integrates carefully around structural interventions and a dumb waiter lift serving the first floor dining room.


Space was freed up for a private study and after dining seating area.