40 Preston on Stour

This two bedroom derelict estate property was converted in 2016 into a four bedroom family house by adding a two story extension, and making alterations to the existing building.

The Alscot Property Development team completed the project in Spring 2016.

The house comprises; four reception rooms, fully fitted kitchen, utility room, main and rear entrance halls with stairs leading to; master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property will benefit from an eco-friendly heating system, private car parking and front and rear gardens.

The Bell, Alderminster

April 2016

The Bell at Alderminster, part of the Alscot Estate, has recently undergone a build project to provide a brand new two story restaurant.

The acclaimed Inn offers all-day bar and dining across two floors, with outside seating overlooking the sprawling riverside meadow & Stour Valley, as well as luxury guestrooms.

The contemporary building was designed by award-winning local architects, Marson Rathbone Taylor, who are recognised for their creative ideas and commercial awareness. The steel framed structure, with grey aluminum fascia and render façade, stands proud and impressive, yet neat, between the existing brick construction. Inside, the restaurant has large open spaces with a full height atrium and floor to ceiling glass panels and windows.

The space was planned carefully to offer comfort and modern luxury without compromising the characteristic spirit of the eighteenth century pub.  The ground floor restaurant, decorated in soft pastels and silvers, with seating directly onto the terrace, serves everything from breakfast through to dinner. The top floor, with dark wooden floors inside and out, and polished copper tables, has panoramic views across the Stour Valley with its own seated balcony for additional dining, or afternoon tea.

The extension took just 14 weeks for construction specialists Cotswold Oak to complete.

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