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A family home that also caters to hunters

Stephanus requested a home redesign that accommodates hunters during the hunting season. Find out what Jonno comes up with.
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A wooden cottage design

Three readers phoned me after seeing my plans for a little one-bedroom cottage in the 13 June issue.
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Farm shed to wedding chapel

Old farm sheds are converted to a wedding venue for Kerry and Leslie.
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Space and style accommodation

Dear Paul Thanks for the sketch and photos of your recently-acquired farm and house. From our phone conversation, I gather you want to extend the accommodation and re-roof it with thatch. The 9,2m width of the home...
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A retirement home

Dear Jonno I enjoy your articles in Farmer’s Weekly, and am quite amazed at the variety of ideas and suggestions you always come up with. My wife and I would like to build a medium-sized two- bedroom,...
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An extended family home

Dear Jonno I have a 630m² plot on which I want to build an extended family home (single-storey) to accommodate our growing family. The house should have four bedrooms: two that can accommodate two beds each, and...
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Ethnic character on a cottage

An ethnic design for a new home adds character. Jonno explains how to 'Trad-Mod-African’ your home.
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A simple Tuscan home

Jonno takes up the challenge to design a 'farm-style' home for Fiona and John.
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Ideas for a mini lodge

Farmer's Weekly reader SB, seeks some advice from Jonno about ideas for his rondavel.
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Snug cottage with a view

Jonno designs a one-bedroom cottage with a stilted wooden structure and a thatched roof for Annalie
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