Built with local Ham stone, vernacular brick, clay tiles and natural slates; new and old beautifully integrate to create a mature rural setting for these stunning, high specification homes.
Traditional materials used in a contemporary way, combined with a commitment to sustainable development make Moorlands Farm an exemplar of low energy living. The new build stone faced properties have been constructed with salvaged Ham stone from the demolition of the South Barn. Similarly, the garden walls in the courtyard and the roofs of the car port and bin store have been constructed using original clay bricks and Bridgwater Coulthurst pan tiles from the old barns. As little material as possible has been removed from site, with the dual aim of minimizing the carbon footprint of the development and retaining the 300 year history of Moorlands Farm.
Open Plan Kitchens
Each of the properties at Moorlands Farm has an open plan kitchen/dining area, some with the added benefit of a family room or sun room. Staircases are finished with Oak handrails and newel posts. A selection of the properties have feature fireplaces or stone fire surrounds designed for a wood burning stove and all properties are finished internally with high quality, traditional plasterwork.
The high specification kitchens and bathrooms have been designed in Somerset by Mayflower and include a range of shaker style floor and wall units with integrated appliances, finished with Silestone or granite work surfaces. Bathrooms, en suites, cloakrooms and utility rooms feature Porcelanosa tiles and are furnished with Duravit white sanitary ware and Hansgrohe or VADO chrome fittings.