Wiltshire Manor House Restoration

Our most challenging project to date – the total restoration of a crumbling and badly at risk 19th Century manor house, previously used as a school during the Second World War. Following a fire the ‘new’ Victorian house was built in the Tudor Gothic style in 1849. Lying empty for a number of years, our client invested heavily in slowly breathing life back into this important and impressive building. With near on 200 rooms to address and each suffering from various stages of decay, we began a sympathetic program of works including the installation of 7 kitchens, 2 self contained apartments, a 4 bedroom wing house, a new build orangery swimming pool and the conversion of the former chapel into a leisure building.