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Belvin Construction were appointed to construct a new one - off dwelling within a conservation area opposite the local church.

The client's brief was to create a traditional looking dwelling which fitted in with the surrounding area. The dwelling features traditional red facing brickwork with lime mortar and lime render above to blend in with the church opposite. 

The primary heating in the property is provided by an oil boiler as requested by the client and has a further two log burners. The build features lots of handmade products to add to the traditional feel of the dwelling. 

Works include:

  • Strip foundations with reinforced concrete slab 
  • Traditional red facing brickwork plinth with lime render 
  • Handmade roof tiles 
  • Traditional style engineered timber windows 
  • Structural oak feature beams 
  • Full fit out installation inclusive to mechanical, plumbing and electrical works 
  • External works inclusive of driveway and York stone paving 
  • Limestone and handmade terracotta floors 
  • Oak staircase 

Belvin have since been appointed to carry out a refurbishment and extension of an existing cottage and to construct two semi - detached cottages within the same site to complete the street scene desired by the client.