Brechin is a town and former royal burgh situated on the River South Esk in Angus.
The town is well known for its cathedral, with eleventh century round tower, with the original settlement grew to the north of the cathedral, establishing itself as a market town serving the agricultural area around.
The River South Esk has played an important part in the development of Brechin. As a supply of water, it was essential for the establishment of industry in the town. The 19th Century saw substantial growth, firstly through the development of the textile industry and later with the introduction of brewing and distilling.
Inevitably in an area with so much history there are a number of period homes from across the ages, with parts of Brechin carrying conservation area status.
So whether young or old, it’s always best to get advice on what type of window or new living space is going to best suit the style of your home and add to its appearance and value, like Mr and Mrs Mitchell.
Repeat CR Smith customers, Mr and Mrs Mitchell have left their legacy throughout Scotland, having fitted conservatories in two of their past homes; now onto their third, it was no different.
One more to add to the collection and it’s our best yet. On moving in, the Mitchells were disappointed to find the property already had an existing and unimpressive sunlounge. Well versed with CR Smith, the Mitchells collaborated with us to design a bespoke gable link conservatory that complemented the shape and period of their home. It was then completed with classic plant-on astragals to all the hopper windows and a bespoke sunburst design in the front gable.
Now that the conservatory is finished, the Mitchells can happily say that this latest conservatory is their proudest work: “We love everything about it, we really appreciate the time and effort the team took to get the room right for us. The sunburst details are a particular high point.”