A residential development of 16 one, two and three bedroom apartments set within, and respecting the heritage of, a converted church within the Clifton Conservation area in Bristol.
Oakfield Court was a joint venture development for Freemantle and landowners Telereal Trillium in Clifton, Bristol. A former church, the development is a conversion from offices into 16 one, two and three bedroom apartments. The apartments are spread across four storeys of the church and include an unusual bell tower triplex property.
We blended the period features of the old church such as kaleidoscopic stained-glass windows, arches and high vaulted ceilings with a contemporary look of modern bathrooms and open plan kitchens.
Developer: Telereal Trillium / Freemantle
Main Contractor: Bray & Slaughter
Structural Engineers: KB2 Structural Engineers
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