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A renovated Victorian carriage house in England

I am experiencing some serious heart palpitations over this renovated Victorian carriage house, especially the absolutely gorgeous kitchen. This property was converted into a home in the 1950s but had fallen into disrepair until the new owners purchased it in February 2016 and began a complete renovation, and the result is all kinds of awesome. The middle section of the home houses the open concept kitchen/dining room/living room (16 metres in long, 6 wide, and 4 high). In the remaining parts of the house are two more sitting rooms, six bedrooms, a large utility room and a huge, modern office space that is in the former garage/carriage storage area. O M G this is massive and stunning inside and out. Available as a location home via Shoot Factory, designed by Laura Butler-Madden.

Reader Comments (3)

Huge stove, no extractor fan.


20 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAaron

When cooking with an Aga an extractor fan is not required as most of cooking and baking is done in the oven. Ask anyone who uses an Aga! They are awesome cookers, the best in the world really, and I'm not sure, but Agas have been around a lot longer than extractor fans.Thanks for sharing the lovely home!

20 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMoyra

I cook whole my life and that daily without extractor fan. I have a big window next to the stove.

28 Aug 2017 | Unregistered Commenterombia

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