The conversion of the stables incorporated a new entrance with hall, store and shower room, double bedroom with built-in wardrobe along with an open plan living room with a pool table, bar and link to an existing outside dining area. The doors and windows have been be adapted from the existing timber stable doors and clerestory lights. No new openings were required except for the knock through into the shed which is not visible from the outside. The existing ridge vents have been restored and the roof reinstated using existing and new reclaimed plain clay tiles. The walls were repointed as required to complete the building to a high standard.
This creates an annex to Tudor House and along with improvements to the existing garage building and adding a car port, this restores a heritage asset which is an enhancement and preservation for this building in the curtilage of Grade II Listed Tudor House in the Conservation Area.