We undertook a full exterior restoration of this beautiful early 19th century period property. The photos show the front and rear of the property after the restoration.The work included;- Repointing of stone work- New fascia boards and guttering- Some new and some renovated sash windows- Rebuilding of chimney- Roof repairs- Lead work- Repainting of all woodwork
This is the interior work for a restoration in an early 19th century period property. The photos show the kitchen/dinning/lounge and the hallway/stairs after the restoration.The work included;- Kitchen: Handmade, fitted and painted by our own fair hands.- Kitchen/dinning/lounge: Doorway blocked up, removal of 27" wide structural wall between 2 rooms. 4 steel beams concealed and 1 oak beam visable. Fire place altered to fit AGA, handmade over mantel and island unit by us. Soild oak flooring fitted throughout. - Lounge: Opening up of old fire place, re-building of stonework and handmade over mantel by us.- Sitting room: Full restoration of plaster cornice, replacement of picture rail, new skirting boards, oak flooring and restored fire place. We handmade a over mantel and T.V. cabinet.- Corridor: Complete refurbishment.- Downstairs cloakroom: Complete refurbishment including slate floor.- Office: Complete refurbishment including opening up of fire place, re-building of stonework, handmade mantel by us and new sliding slash windows.- Hallway and stairs: Refurbishment of hallway and staircase. Handmade panelling to staircase by us and re-decoration.
We carried out a barn conversion with large side extension, complete with a new roof. We completed all work inside and out of the property. We thoroughly gutted the farmhouse and put back to the customers specification. The photos show the front and rear of the property after the extension and refurbishment. Completed March 2015.
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