External Renovations of a Grade II* Listed Georgian Townhouse
This fine Georgian town house in Mid-Devon required careful restoration work to preserve and maintain the historic fabric of the building.
The central valley, parapet gutters and other parts of the building had begun to leak with deleterious effect on the building fabric and occupants alike.
Careful replacement of a number of the badly weathered head stones and some frost damaged clay façade bricks along with some crack stitching and general repointing was required.
The historic sliding sash windows were all stripped, fitted with replacement sash cords and reweighted with the ironmongery refurbished before redecoration.
The building would remain fully occupied during the works requiring careful coordination with the tenants.
It was noted by a number of people that the building remained almost unchanged which is the mark of a successful restoration project.