Restoring a Grade II Listed Hall

The Hall has appeared in several national publications since completion.

  • Timeline:
    10 months
  • Location:
    Nottinghamshire
  • Clients:
    Private
  • Category:
    Heritage
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Grade II Listed Hall,
Nottinghamshire

The brief
  • “take away” the recent extensions and restore the house to its former glory.
The solution

This Grade II listed small country house dates back to the mid 18th century. Originally built as a farmhouse, it was extended and remodelled extensively around the turn of the 19th century.

Large scale alterations were made to the house in the 1950’s / 60’s with several sections of the original building being taken down and replaced with a series of flat roof extensions. Internally, the layout of the house changed dramatically during this period.

The project involved a significant amount of demolition works to clear the 20th century alterations and the construction of two wings. Internally, the main fabric underwent extensive restoration and the house now benefits from completely new services. The end result is a stunning family home respecting the heritage whilst offering a luxurious modern standard of living.

The Hall has appeared in several national publications since completion.

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