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Oak garden room for a listed house

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The owners of this gorgeous, quintessentially English cottage wanted to replace an aged conservatory and add a bright and open family space onto their grade 2 listed property. Oakmasters designed, supplied and built a glazed oak framed garden room, which now fully connects to the house and creates a space where family can gather and enjoy connecting with their garden all year-round.

The oak garden room extends a listed property in a sympathetic way (6159)

The owners wanted a simple oak French door for access to the garden (6160)

The garden room gets flooded with the afternoon sun (6165)

Obtaining planning permission was tricky, but a few design tricks helped (6170)

The oak garden room compliments the house rather than blending in (6168)

The oak frame on the garden room is fully glazed on 3 sides (6161)

The light flooding through the oak frame makes this garden room (6163)

Log burning stove makes the perfect accessory (6171)

Part of the oak roof is glazed to allow the natural light in (6166)

The oak roof on the new extension is clearly separated from the listed house with narrow glass panels (6162)

The new oak garden room connects to the old house through the original doorway, which was left open (6172)

The window on the old house makes a fabulous feature in the new extension (6169)

Detail of the oak truss in the middle of the garden room (6164)