St John Rye is a former Ambulance Station which was built in the 1950’s.
The former station is located within a private walled courtyard alongside a Grade II listed Georgian house which was previously the St John’s Ambulance Headquarters. In 2016 award-winning interior architect, Marta Nowicka, converted the building into a stunning four bedroom holiday let.
Marta has not only restored features in the original building but added a new storey extension to the end.
Specified for both the original and new structure were Conservation Rooflights® measuring 1020mm x 1180mm. Each have been fitted with chrome handwinders to complement the modern interior, as well as blinds to provide shading and privacy.
For more information about the Conservation Rooflight click here.
To book a stay at the Ambulance Station visit domstayandlive.co.uk
Credit: Designed by Marta Nowicka, DOMstayandlive, St John, Rye.
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