Lynn Palmer Architects Ltd has extensive experience of restoration and improvement to Listed Properties. From a simple extension, to a full restoration project – we have tackled projects of all sizes, and have built an enviable reputation within the local area for contemporary design.
Owning a listed building doesn’t mean that you can’t create a stunning contemporary space that is perfectly harmonised with the historical context, which led to the original listing. We will work with you, the local conservation team and your contractor to design your perfect home without compromising the original features of the building.
Primrose Cottage is 17th Century wychert and thatch listed building, nestled in the stunning Buckinghamshire countryside. The house sits on the edge of an ancient bluebell wood, and naturally, the client wanted Lynn to take full advantage of the stunning backdrop and the beautiful cottage garden.
A listed cottage untouched by time and without the modern conveniences of central heating. The owners alongside their young family where looking to extend their home to give them the space they needed without compromising the integrity of the original cottage.
A beautiful Grade II listed Barn Conversion.
The existing main house was a former Inn dating back to the 1800’s. Attached to the rear of the property was a redundant barn, built from a mixture of wychert and stone. Parts of the barn dated back as far as the 1600’s.
Contemporary extension to medieval cruck trussed, thatched cottage
This stunning property is located in the heart of the conservation area of Long Crendon. It has even featured in a few episodes of Midsomer Murders.
A beautiful grade II listed building set in the heart of the Long Crendon Conservation Area. The owners wanted to increase their living space, flood their home with light and take in views of their spectacular garden.
A Beautiful Grade II listed former Post Office, nestled in a sleepy Buckinghamshire village. The brief was to remodel and convert the existing garage and out buildings, into a spacious kitchen and dining area. This was successfully achieved by linking the two spaces together.