Surrounded by the vast landscapes of the Dartmoor National Park, West Yard Farm is the modernization of a 19th Century estate. The property consisted of an old granite farmhouse and several barns. In need of renovations, the main house was connected to a neighboring building with a glass extension — adding a contemporary element, while still maintaining the home’s historic charm. This addition made room for a new kitchen and living area, allowing the original structure to offer four bedrooms, a sitting room, and dining room. Its glazed facade removes the boundaries between the interior and the outdoors, affording expansive views of the park’s rugged moorlands.