Eddie Lord Building
If you are seeking general building services, stonemasonry or landscaping, then choosing Eddie Lord Builders is the right choice for your next project. Our diverse portfolio includes garden wall construction, driveway and pathway implementation, landscaping and much more. No matter how challenging a project is, or how remote its location, chances are we can handle it. View our work below and get in touch today!
This stunning new build is to be the new home of a local farmer, his wife, and their young family
Barn conversion at High View Barn into a top of the range 5-star holiday let.
Our brief on this job was to not only return the exterior of this traditional dales barn back to its former glory, but to also utilise the space to make additional accommodation to complement the existing adjacent family holiday home.
We undertook the renovation of this grade 2 listed farmhouse, and created a holiday house which sleeps up to 10 guests with leisure suite
This property had a large and intimidating leylandii hedge. We think a lovely coursed stone wall is a much more appealing boundary to the garden.
An extensive landscaping project
The area to the rear of this stunning rural property was merely a banking. Take a look at how we transformed it into the garden the house deserves!
The concrete pathway and driveway at this property had weathered over time and was becoming unsafe.
The glazed extension at Studfold is a fantastic way of bringing the outdoors in, meaning the stunning views from this rural farmhouse can be enjoyed all year round.
After having extensive work done to their property to make a superb family home, the clients here wanted a garden that meant they could also make the most of their outdoor space.
The living room in this detached property in Sedbergh was in need of modernisation to bring it up to date, to form a modern family living space.
After completion of their stunning family home, the clients wanted a practical usable outdoor space, ready to capitalise on those sunny summer days, in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The original outbuildings to the rear of Birkrigg House were in need of a facelift. We think the outcome fits the bill perfectly!