Tyneside Home Improvements
Carrowcroft, an esteemed Grade II listed building, stands proudly within the Romaldkirk
Conservation Area, exuding the splendor of 19th-century architectural prowess. This grand
residence, a jewel amidst Romaldkirk's coveted properties, is a testament to the village's
picturesque allure, making it a highly sought-after locale for discerning residents.
Perched at the western terminus of Romaldkirk village, Carrowcroft bears witness to the
Victorian era's architectural opulence, boasting exquisite stone detailing, including the regal
full-height bay windows and the semi-octagonal stair tower crowned by a pinnacle roof. Its
historical narrative is enriched by subtle extensions over the years, most notably the addition
of a spacious timber-framed conservatory.
The custodians of Carrowcroft, with unwavering dedication, have meticulously preserved its
legacy, undertaking all endeavours with a keen eye for preserving the original structural
integrity. Their ardent pursuit of restoration has been marked by a commitment to
reinstating Carrowcroft to its former glory, a labour of love manifested in every meticulous
In this pursuit, an existing conservatory, a later addition to the property's narrative,
succumbed to the passage of time, rendering it beyond economic repair. Thus, the
proprietors embarked on a quest to replace it with a new conservatory extension. This
envisioned addition not only promised to elevate the aesthetic of the dwelling but also ensure the space was optimized for contemporary living, all while paying due deference to the Heritage Asset's sanctity through its meticulous positioning.
The execution of the vision necessitated a trio of regulatory approvals: Planning Permission,
Listed Building Consent, and Building Regulation Consent. These requisite clearances stand
as a testament to the dedication of the custodians, ensuring that every transformation
remains in harmonious concord with the historical essence of Carrowcroft, safeguarding its
legacy for generations yet to come.