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Manor House, Alterations, Conservation & Refurbishment



Private domestic

In progress


Project Description:

A charming Grade II listed manor house, predominantly dated from the 17th Century, although physical and documentary evidence exists for much earlier origins. and situated in the Mendip AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). The works involve a comprehensive listed building application including the reversal of modern internal alterations such as a modern staircase and first floor stud walls, proposed new alterations in the form of a Victorian style glass house extension, vaulted ceiling, spatial reordering and a remedial conservation programme.  

Of particular interest is a well documented oak carved fire surround dated 1672 (pictured below) and described by Pevsner as ‘essentially Jacobean despite the date', along with a finely carved stone scrolled pediment with coat of arms on the principal elevation.  

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