Mr and mrs Nixey found a plot with an existing bungalow 15 years ago – their dream was to always knock down the too small bungalow and replaced with an oak framed house.
Set within the grounds of Methven Castle, Architect David Murdoch realised his dream of building an oak framed Tudor cottage – celebrating the link with the restored castle.
This oak framed house has a number of highlights including a simply stunning kitchen, double storey and very impressive dining hall as well as an outdoor pool.
This contemporary oak framed cottage is set in rural Hampshire and has combined modern and traditional styling with excellent effect. With a large kitchen diner, an abundance of glazing and of course an oak frame means this cottage has all the charm and character of a modern Tudor style cottage.