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Digital Subscriptions > Build It > January 2019 > Monarch of the Glen

Monarch of the Glen

Colin White and Annette Siddle have transformed the rear of their period house in rural Kincardineshire with a contemporary extension that has contributed to the improvement and streamlining of the ground floor living spaces
The new glass extension looks out over the beautifully kept grounds

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NAMES Colin White & Annette Siddle

OCCUPATIONS Retired & oil industry worker

LOCATION Laurencekirk, Scotland

TYPE OF PROJECT Extension & renovation

STYLE Traditional coach house

CONSTRUCTION METHOD Steel frame, timber rafters & glazed facade

PROJECT ROUTE Architect designed, owner project managed

PLOT SIZE 1.8 acres

LAND COST £1,100,000

BOUGHT 2008

HOUSE SIZE 500m²

PROJECT COST £221,330

PROJECT COST PER M2 £443

TOTAL COST £1,321,330

BUILDING WORK COMMENCED June 2015

BUILDING WORK TOOK Eight months

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