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This impressive, 18th century, period home was originally built in a traditional Queen Anne style.  Over the years it had seen several changes to the building's design.  It had had a third floor added in place of dormas, and the most noticeable alteration was the addition of white render to the building's surface.


Unfortunately, a savage fire ripped through the building, destroying all but segments of the surrounding walls.  Most of the building was reduced to rubble, and the rest perished in the flames. 

Click on the links below to view more examples of our conservation and restoration work.

Transforming a Complex of Derelict Barns

into High-end Offices

Converting a run-down cow shed

into rural office space

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