This traditional Listed Country Hall based on a working farm in Suffolk required a complete refurbishment after being left unoccupied for many years.
The property was stripped back, taking care to save as many period features as possible. Restorations were sympathetic, saving and restoring the original fabric of the property. The roof was carefully repaired using traditional leadwork methods. The chimneys were refurbished using original salvaged bricks and repointed using lime mortar.
Those wooden windows that could be saved were painstakingly refurbished and those that couldn’t had new like-for-like replacements handcrafted by our in-house joinery company Church and Gooderham.
Our team of employed craftsman were able to utilise their wide range of traditional and more modern skills to transform this dilapidated property into a stunning home.