Oak Farm House, Norfolk

Oak Farm House, a Grade II listed brick and flint dwelling in North Norfolk situated in the Bale Conservation Area, has been transformed with a contemporary extension.

Our designs involved extensive internal alterations and the construction of a sensitive yet contemporary extension in keeping with the character, scale and use of the existing listed building.

Photography: Joakim Boren

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