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2020

Yarnton

Three houses, 2 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom

2019

Adstock

A collection of barns 4 barns near Adstock

2019

Brackley

A large extension for a lovely client near Brackley

2018

1600 C Stone Cottage refurbishment

This wonderful little dwelling was the much loved residence of the owner of RMW Architecture and the refurbishment was a gradual and gentle process.

2016

Residential Refurbishment

This was a recent refurbishment project for a client in Stony Stratford.

2015

Total house refurbishment in Bletchley

This was a very unloved 1930’s house in need of maintenance.

2015

Listed Building

This is a rear extension to a listed building in a Buckingham-shire village, the client had an existing rear extension which was delapadated and did not meet their needs.

2014

Whittlebury

Our clients wanted to have a space which knitted the rear of the house together, they had had two different conservatories to the rear of the property

2014

Milton Keynes – rear extension

This was a lovely project for super clients. The clients wished to remove their existing conservatory

2013

Meadow Bank

An extension and change of use from the old Buckingham Arms pub, into a house called Meadow Bank, completed in 2013

2008

Refurbishment in Buckingham

This was a very tired 1970’s house with a very inept and poorly designed small extension to the rear.

1998

LLoyds Bank – Lombard Street

This was a historical project for the refurbishment of the old Lloyd’s Bank in Lombard Street.

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Meadow Bank

An extension and change of use from the old Buckingham Arms pub, into a house called Meadow Bank, completed in 2013

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Brackley

A large extension for a lovely client. It was originally a 1920’s house with grey render, we have worked hard to cast every cill and

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Listed Building

This is a rear extension to a listed building in a Buckingham-shire village, the client had an existing rear extension which was delapadated and did

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