HOUSE NEAR THAME, OXFORDSHIRE
This was an Edwardian farm house of no discernible merit. It had been extended with lean-tos, and all the windows had been replaced with uPVC. Very careful investigation revealed the remains of an 18th century staircase in the east wing. We rebuilt it with a symmetrical wing on the west end and the retention of as much existing masonry as possible. We are currently in the process of rebuilding some of the outhouses and helping with a landscaping scheme.
Contractor: Boshers (Cholsey)