Ar­chi­tects make a silk purse out of an old pig­gery

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY - Tol­son Court, Ar­mitage Bridge, Hud­der­s­field

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.


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