Allowing you to maximise on space, without detracting from the beauty of the surrounding area, our oak framed garage builds with room above allows occupants the functionality they require without interrupting scenic views.
For this project, the client was aiming to diversify their approach to making the most out of unused space on their land. After obtaining the planning permission to build a two-story, self-contained oak framed building with accommodation, Enville Oak was brought in to manufacture, supply and fit the oak frame, cladding, roofing, glazing and joinery items.
Following a site survey, we manufactured the oak frame to specification at our premises.
Our experienced team worked closely with groundworkers during this process, and were able to deliver the oak frame to site, before installation could be completed. The garage was erected within a total of 10 days.
A beautiful, traditional oak frame, which complements the rustic environment of our customer’s Air BnB.
We find the warm tones of the wooden framing provided the perfect contrast to the deep navy accents of the interior design, creating a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere, bursting with character.
Composite slate roof tile
Built for complete thermal insulation and durability, the composite slate roof tile on this oak framed garage build meets the aesthetic without the weight or risk of damage associated with authentic slate tiles.
Exposed oak beams to the ground floor
There’s no better way to bring the outside in than with magnificent exposed oak beams accentuating the open space and high ceilings of this property.
Internal oak staircase
As a focal point of the space, the internal oak staircase offers the perfect blend of traditional and modern architecture, allowing the oak features to flow from one floor to the other.
Balcony with view and hot tub
Take a moment to relax and take in the countryside from the oak balcony of this property, completed with a warm and inviting hot tub.
Feature trusses to first floor
The feature trusses provide a unique touch to the first floor, especially when illuminated with soft, ambient lighting.