This project involved the refurbishment of a Grade II 16th Century house, the conversion of a detached barn to living accommodation and the design of a sophisticated equestrian facility.
The equestrian facility was planned around a hard landscaped courtyard providing 12 loose boxes, a hay barn, hard feed store, rug room and tractor garage with tool store.
Additionally, a small outbuilding was planned to be converted to provide a secure tack room together with a small kitchen
Haworth King secured detailed Planning Consent, Listed Building Consent and Building Regulations Consent for this £500,000 scheme in 2004.
The courtyard plan was surrounded by covered walkways with a double height entrance feature with a leaded dome. Construction involved green oak carpentry with timber trusses to support the traditional plain tiled pitch roofs including triangular louvred ventilators.
The whole design was conceived as a high standard equestrian facility designed to harmonise with its rural setting and within the curtilage of the 16th Century farmhouse.