Our brief was to repair, re-order and refurbish a fine 18th Century Grade II Listed house that had been divided into six flats in the 1970’s and had remained largely untouched since then.

The aim was to restore original form and character lost or concealed during the earlier conversion alongside contemporary interventions. The work included repair of the external fabric and restoration of the main stone stair.

The principle first floor was combined with the second to form a grand maisonette; 1970s mezzanine levels were removed, a striking new spiral stair was inserted and large openings were introduced at the rear to bring light across limestone and oak floors into the restored drawing room.