North Kersebonny Farm Steading Development

Bobby Halliday Architects

The Farm Steading was a dis-used farm on the outskirts of Stirling. The existing barns were used to form the footprint and layouts for the 9 new build homes. Reclaimed stone from the barns has been used to clad the new houses, complementing the traditional palette of materials. The homes are orientated to offer views to Stirling Castle and surrounding hills. Interiors are contemporary, open plan living spaces, adapted to suit the new owners. The Farmhouse was built in the 1930's. This has been extensively renovated and modernised. A new extension to the existing kitchen creates a contemporary family space.

Location

plots 1-9 and The Farmhouse
North Kersebonny Farm Steading
Stirling
CAMBUSBARRON FK8 3AB
United Kingdom

Contact

Geoff MacLean
Architect
geoff@bobbyhalliday.co.uk

Client

Crammond Select Homes Developer Client.

Completed

December 2013

Size

Varies

Categories

  • Conservation
  • Historic
  • House extensions and renovations
  • Interior design
  • Refurbishment
  • Residential
  • Sustainability