A Private Client commissioned Shingler Construction to build a Folly and Boat House using traditional methods.

Sandstone from a local quarry was used, and stone quoins were dressed on site to provide the finishing details to the apertures which look out onto the lake.

The Boat House was constructed using traditional building techniques. An oak cruck frame provided the main structure of the building, which also had a thatched roof.

Thank you to our Site Manager, Hugh Mortimer, and everyone else involved in this truly bespoke project.

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