Perthshire cottage straddles 300 years of history following conversion

“It is interesting that the planners were supportive of such an approach in one of Scotland’s more traditionally minded areas.“ In a statement the practice said: “It is a pretty standard formula of sensitive renovation, contrasted with a bold glass and timber extension, its form moulded to respond to the various site and planning constraints. | Send to friend

November 5 2014

A conversion of a late 18th century cottage in Comrie, Perthshire, has been completed by Smith Scott Mullan Associates. This has seen a contrasting two storey extension abut the Georgian cottage with full height glazing affording ample garden views from the extended accommodation. Internally period features stonework and oak roof trusses have been retained, complemented by the use of high quality modern materials.

Updated: 05.11.2014 — 20:55