Country House, South Lincolnshire

Client:

Private

Architect:

Fowkes McIntyre, Nottingham

A fine stone built Grade II early 19th C country house, thought to have been a rebuild of an earlier 17th C house. The Hall has been comprehensively refurbished and restored with the works including renewal of roof coverings and rainwater goods, re-pointing and stone repairs to elevations, internal alterations and improvements including full renewal of the mechanical and electrical installations and renewal of finishings.

Country House, Derbyshire

Client:

Private

Architect:

Buttress Fuller Alsop Williams, Manchester

A fine stone built Grade II 17th C country house located in Derbyshire. The contract involved the renewal of the stone flagged roof coverings and associated repairs to the oak roof structure, renewal of rainwater goods and minor repairs to stone elevations. The internal work comprised the sympathetic conversion of the attic space into additional bedroom and bathroom accommodation, as well as improvements to the house plumbing and heating systems.

Country House, North Lincolnshire

Client:

Private

Architect:

Simpson & Brown, Edinburgh

An important Grade I 18th C country house. The project involved demolition of inappropriate modern extensions and removal of modern brickwork facades, the construction of a sympathetically designed new two storey wing, re-facing of elevations with a handmade bricks in a traditional bond, partial re-roofing using Westmorland slates , internal alterations and improvements including full renewal of the mechanical and electrical installations, and installation of a combined woodchip and oil fired heating system within a nearby outbuilding.

 

[project cost managed by Richard Woolley, Principal of Brundell Woolley, whilst in previous employment and then as a sub-consultant]