Home Farm is a Grade II listed house forming part of a picturesque grouping of listed buildings in the Cotswolds. The 16th /17th century farm house suffered from considerable neglect over many years.
Key to unlocking the potential of this site is a new low-level garden pavilion, which is cut into the sloping hillside and provides a glazed connection between the main house and an open barn shelter. This link is the hub of family life where an open plan kitchen/informal living space, more easily accesses the garden. The planted winged roof here maintains visibility of the characteristic stone walls of the side of the house and the rear retaining wall to the upper level churchyard behind.
The plan has been reorganised, refurbished and extended, including the conversion of the barn and loft spaces to provide supplementary bedrooms and bathrooms.