A former Hunting Lodge, this Grade I listed country house was extensively restored

Architect: TFH Reeve

Project Architect: Relph Ross Partnership

Set in the heart of England, this tranquil and serene country house is an oasis of calm and relaxation. Originally built in the mid 18th Century, it was restored to its former glory with great care and attention to detail. 

The Grade I listed country house was restored using traditional materials and craftsmanship. Handmade bricks, plain clay tiles, and purpose-made joinery create a warm and welcoming atmosphere throughout the property. 

The extensive restoration also included two new linkwaysand wings to provide guest accommodation. 

A large indoor swimming pool and spa facility were added on the East elevation, as well as extensive landscaping work including a ha-ha wall and garden gazebos on the South side. 

“The site was enormous. At one stage we had more than 60 people on site at the same time. Working on a Grade I Listed building is always very rewarding. Combining all the various traditional skills, from lath and plaster, to stonemasonry to French polishing was very challenging indeed!’’