Nestled in the hillside of the picturesque village of Robin Hoods Bay, Bridge End House lies immediately on the banks of the historic Kings Beck. Constructed in the early 18th Century the property is located within the North Moors National Park and the Robin Hoods Bay Conservation Area, although not listed the property shares party walls/boundaries with a number of listed buildings.
Providing habitable accommodation over four storeys (Lower Ground to Attic) the property, via a cocktail of limited maintenance and centuries of exposure to the North Sea had become run down and tired. The current owners procured IDA to design and manage an extensive programme of remodelling, refurbishment, fabric renovation and vertical extension with the aim of returning the property to its former glories.
Due to the sensitive nature of the property and its surroundings all works had to be sympathetic and undertaken by craftsman of the highest calibre, attention to detail was absolutely key in all aspects of the design and construction undertaken to make this project a success.