Tall Tree House

The question of whether investing in an oak frame yields resale value often arises. This compact yet inviting 4-bedroom house, sold for over 1.5 million, stands as a testament to the appeal of oak frames in elevating the marketability of an otherwise ordinary residence. The use of sawn oak cladding for the external walls, when skillfully executed, boasts a potential lifespan exceeding a century.

Inside, beamed ceilings lend a charming farmhouse aesthetic to the kitchen, complete with an ‘unfitted’ island unit and Aga, creating a warm family gathering hub. The open-plan layout seamlessly connects the elegant kitchen, entrance hall, dining area, and lounge. The conservatory-style glazed section infuses the interior with abundant natural light.

Innovatively, oak rafters glazed with a ‘Vitral’ patent system illuminate the stairwell and landing, showcasing the thoughtful design. Comprehensive oak frame drawings are accessible for this and various other projects. Should you consider a similar venture, feel free to engage with us for a complimentary and obligation-free initial consultation.

Architect: Aventa Architects

Builder: Rostrum Building Contractors

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