Architects make a silk purse out of an old piggery
slate roof and has its own gated entrance and a garage.
Inside, the light-filled house is arranged iaround a private courtyard garden.
All the main spaces lead onto the landscaped courtyard via glazed doors, which fold back to open up entire walls.
The kitchen is by In-Toto from David Vincent Design at Redbrick Mill, Batley and furniture is from Bo-Concept, Content by Conran and Jesse. All four bedrooms have private bathrooms, which feature Duravit and Catallano sanitary ware, Grohe taps and Porcelanosa tiles and there is underfloor heating throughout.
”Must be viewed internally is a bit of cliché, but in this case it’s appropriate. The house is like a Tardis. When you walk inside it just opens up. We’re really pleased with it,” says Mark, which is just as well as the buyer will be One 17’s new neighbour.
This contemporary conversion has had the architect treatment inside and out.