Complete renovation 16th century listed stone cottage
ST Building completely renovated this derelict 16th Century stone house. The property had to be entirely gutted and re-designed. It was given a new slate roof, leaving the original oak A-frames exposed. Large oak beams were used to create the new first floor and both the interior and exterior were meticulously restored, including lime mortar pointing on all the exposed stonewalls.
Kitchen renovation in 1930's semi
Knocking through from the kitchen to the dining room is a popular choice and something ST Building has done to many properties. Here is an example of how we transformed two pokey dark rooms in a 1930’s semi into one light, open plan kitchen/diner.
ST Building were proud to work on this luxury apartment in a large Church conversion which included a double height kitchen / diner, a large bathroom with freestanding bath and living area with mezzanine.
ST Building have undertaken countless bathroom renovations in and around the Bath area replacing a multitude of tired suites and tiles and improving the design and layout. Here are a few pictures of the most recent bathroom we have transformed in Newbridge.
Boot room conversion
ST Building transformed an unused series of storerooms into a luxury boot room, WC and separate entrance to this property in Monkton Farleigh. The sink and storage unit were made using solid sycamore, complemented by traditional, high quality, limestone flagstones.
Renovation Stone Friary and outbuildings
On this large project in Freshford, near Bath, ST Building completely transformed this tired friary into a stunning, contemporary home, including installing numerous bathrooms and converting an outbuilding into a self contained guest house with open-plan kitchen/diner.