“We’ve all heard the very effective (if somewhat tired) advertising slogan beginning ‘if Carlsberg did....’ Well, it seems only appropriate to use it here: if Carlsberg did a weekend away, it would begin and end at Well Court Hall”
Caitlin Clements, Homes and Interiors Scotland
Located in the leafy, tranquil setting of the Dean Village, this A Listed architecturally quirky and iconic building reflects the Arts and Crafts movement, with red sandstone and a red pantile roof. LBA were delighted to take this former community hall and transform it into a luxurious three-bedroom apartment over three floors.
From the moment you enter this property, up the stone spiral entrance hall within the clock tower, this property reveals delight after delight with a serious of unexpected and overwhelming spaces. The two-storey hall houses the open plan kitchen, living and dining, with the kitchen nestled below a mezzanine level. The mezzanine is the showcase of the project as it is completely encased in full height glazing and houses the master suite. The master suite also utilises the iconic clock tower which has been converted into a luxury master en-suite with a three-storey vaulted ceiling.
The third bedroom is in the attic space, which was previously used as storage. Although the existing trusses had to be altered to accommodate the bedroom, an entire truss has been retained in the en-suite and back lit creating a stunning feature.