A listed House refurbishment and extension, Stuckgowan estate Loch lomond

A refurbishment and extension of a stunning Tudor-Gothic home. A new garage extension will be constructed under the existing site level – thereby reducing its visual impact – and extend the existing terrace over the garage roof to provide magnificent panoramic views of Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond. 

Stuckgowan House represents a unique example of a Tudor-Gothic home from the early 19th Century. The property has had alterations; one circa. 1900, adding a pantry, WC, 2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, utility, workshop and storage rooms over 3 floors and a second  alteration some time later during the 1900’s, adding a cellar, large store room and a terrace.

The visual properties and impact of the existing House are both unique and striking, so by utilising the natural landscape our aim is to limit the visual impact of the new additions whilst emphasising the quality of the original and offering a better internal-external relationship. Creation of a new door using an existing window opening, will allow freedom of movement between the inside of the House and the magnificent views offered up by the terrace. 

 


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