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CLAYHILL, HAWKHURST

Clayhill Farmhouse is a substantial Grade II listed property  located on the outskirts of Hawkhurst, Kent settled upon a generous plot within a grouping of former agricultural buildings to the West and open countryside to the North.  

 

The extension that has been designed and constructed is of a contemporary and modern design, with steel framed fenestration, metal roofing and a polished concrete floor.  

 

The extension has been linked via a traditionally detailed and constructed building element with bespoke hardwood timber joinery for the doors and windows.

 

This property was also featured in Country Living Magazine in 2015.

Clayhill Farmhouse is a substantial Grade II listed property  located on the outskirts of Hawkhurst, Kent settled upon a generous plot within a grouping of former agricultural buildings to the West and open countryside to the North.  

 

The extension that has been designed and constructed is of a contemporary and modern design, with steel framed fenestration, metal roofing and a polished concrete floor.  

 

The extension has been linked via a traditionally detailed and constructed building element with bespoke hardwood timber joinery for the doors and windows.

 

This property was also featured in Country Living Magazine in 2015.

Clayhill Farmhouse is a substantial Grade II listed property  located on the outskirts of Hawkhurst, Kent settled upon a generous plot within a grouping of former agricultural buildings to the West and open countryside to the North.  

 

The extension that has been designed and constructed is of a contemporary and modern design, with steel framed fenestration, metal roofing and a polished concrete floor.  

 

The extension has been linked via a traditionally detailed and constructed building element with bespoke hardwood timber joinery for the doors and windows.

 

This property was also featured in Country Living Magazine in 2015.