Country House Contemporary Linked Extension to Listed Dwelling Ditchling Common

This small Farmhouse, Listed Grade II, is part of a farmstead on Ditchling Common and comprises a principal range with a service wing attached to the rear. Unusually it  has a rounded beach stone facade partly concealed at first floor by tile hanging.  NDA have successfully obtained Planning & Listed Building Consent from Lewes DC to extend with a timber clad 2 storey range linked to and and running parallel to the rear service range with a single storey glazed link (this neatly enlarges the existing service accommodation). The new work is set back and apart from the principal elevation to avoid disturbing the built configuration and to allow a  clear interpretation of the chronology of the building which would be shrouded by a direct extension.

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