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Double storey oak framed country house extension

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A rather ordinary 1960's brick house gets a fantastic makeover to create a modern country home. It is extended with a two storey oak framed extension, providing the family with a stunning master bedroom and large, open plan kitchen, diner and living space. Read the full case study of this oak framed extension.

Two storey oak extension on the right doubles the size of the original house (6059)

At the front, an oak porch connects the old part of the house with the new oak framed extension (6065)

View of the two storey oak extension from the rear of the house (6073)

At the rear, the oak extension has been stepped back to create a small balcony (6066)

The ground floor of the oak extension features open plan living and kitchen space (6061)

View from the entrance into the open plan living space (6072)

Exposed oak beams and oak joinery compete the character of the oak framed extension (6062)

Open plan kitchen on the ground floor of the oak framed extension (6060)

View from the kitchen through the glazed end of the oak extension into the garden (6068)

We love the symmetry of this oak extension (6071)

The upper floor of the oak framed extension provides ample room for a stunning master bedroom (6064)

The master bedroom has a glazed gable and offer fabulous veiws (6070)

The master bedroom features lovely vaulted ceiling with exposed oak trusses (6067)

Upstairs in the oak extension, the en-suite bathroom features beautiful structural beams and exposed oak trusses (6063)