December 10, 2013

Alli Williams's house in Kent-Sussex

Far from being a farmhouse, her home was once the coach house belonging to the nearby manor and was built to accommodate the landowner's grand carriages so when it came to converting it there was plenty of headroom to play with. The result is that all the rooms on the ground floor are almost twice the height of the average Tudor farmhouse. Add a generous number of windows and you have some wonderful light and bright spaces. Its interior is cosy, warm and welcoming.














via:wealdentimes.co.uk


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