An abandoned Georgian country house

A grade II Listed early 18th Century house with a later Palladian front that was created by renowned Cotswold architect, Anthony Keck. Our brief was to fully restore this derelict house back to its original glory using many of the traditional crafts of that time.

Working closely with master crafts people such as lead workers, stonemasons and carpenters, we worked hard to re-create the intricate detailing of that time.

It was a complex dismantling and re-build and demanded a sensitive and careful approach. The project also included the design of a classical orangery attached to the main house.