Country Estate, Oxfordshire
The work undertaken at this grade II listed country house in Oxfordshire built in the mid-18th Century, has been split over a variety of phases.
Phase 1 comprised of an internal refurbishment of four bathrooms, two bedrooms and a gun room with bespoke joinery. With each room being of a high specification which helped retain the 18th century elaborate feel.
Phase 2 was the rebuild of an oak bridge located in the property’s vast gardens, connecting one side of the gardens to the other—this was completed over winter and endured many different weathers.
Phase 3 returned to the house, refurbing the second floor’s right wing, including a nursery, playroom and bathroom, all finished the highest of standards. The nursery housed a ceiling made with fibreoptic cabling to create a night sky effect when dark.
Phase 4 consisted of the refit and refurbishment of the existing pool and pool house which now houses a fully functioning ice cream parlour, pool facilities and plant room.
Phase 5 included a new build garage, external refurb package and refurbishing the existing coach house and stables.