To bring a partly derelict Grade II listed house up to modern living conditions, whilst maintaining the original characteristics of the building.


A complete project including the main house and several outbuildings, respecting conservation laws and providing a fully functioning permanent family home.

Reformation of a National Trust Grade II listed house

The spectacular location for the house had been selected as a “luncheon pavilion” by Edward Baring, Lord Revelstoke, who was the Governor of the Bank of England in the 1880s. Intended as a mid way point along the Nine Mile Drive around his estate, the house later became a family home.

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The Luncheon Pavilion, facing West along the Nine-mile Drive