Excellent building work by Robert Wood here.

The huge quoin to the left is a wonderful piece of work by the original builder and is great to see.  Traditionally these cottages would have been completely plastered internally. New 5″ oak floor joists with stop chamfer detail fit in to Elm beam.

Interestingly most of the timberwork is Elm which is unusual. Elm is a relatively soft wood and does not last like Oak, much of it here has suffered from woodworm.

The flagstones were reclaimed from a house in West End, Witney. Local Oolite stone. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oolite

Door by Baytree joinery https://www.baytreejoinery.co.uk/

This door design matches the existing door.

Ironmongery from https://www.oxonfastenings.co.uk/