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Stray Farm

Holme on Spalding Moor, East Riding of Yorkshire

March 2015 - Present

Building Regulations Approval

Sited at the Southern edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, this farmhouse once served as a pub aside the Market Weighton Canal, it has been subsequently extended numerous times to ill effect. 

Through subtle adjustment and expansion Stray Farm now holds a more resolute stature in its agrarian context. Our intervention rationalised the many separate elements of the home into a coherent layout which was echoed in a clearly structured roof negating a range of disparate pitches and valleys.

A further extension to the farmhouse provided a larger kitchen, further ancillary storage and utility areas and at first floor level a new ensuite master bedroom, dressing room and guest room. 

The project follows the established buff brick material palette native to the local area.

♢  Completing The Vernacular Farmhouse

♢  Reclaimed Buff Brick Skin

♢  Expansive Rural Moor Surroundings