Lakeland Tower House
The site consists of a Grade I listed medieval building complex with much of the structure dating back to the early 14th century. The Hall sits with in its own valley of some 200 acres and comprises a tower, aisled hall, chapel and great barn.
The derelict tower and the hall (which was converted poorly in the 1950’s) are to be restored with the now redundant barns converted into ancillary accommodation. The conversion to a modern family home represents a major challenge and the scheme evolved to ensure minimum impact on the building whilst providing exciting contemporary additions. An elegant family kitchen and suite of family rooms, a leisure complex, and a glazed stair tower have been carefully integrated into the existing historic fabric to create a charming family home.