Location / Ham House, Richmond.
Client / Private
Main Contractor / Blake Builders
Photographer / Richard Brine
Completion Date / February 2012
The Oaks is a Grade II listed residential property forming one wing of Ham House Stables. Originally built in 1610 as the stable block for the Grade I listed Ham House, this wing was converted into two residential units during the 1970s. We were commissioned to look at re-unifying the two units to form one coherent structure to allow the building to function as a single house.
View of new Living and Dining areas.
Upon entering the grounds of Ham House, The Oaks provides a beautiful backdrop and example of 400 year old Jacobean architecture.
Previous Ground floor plan
As-built Ground floor plan
South courtyard / Private study section
Working detail of private study