Allexton Hall is a splendid property dating from the late 16th century. The property is stone, coursed with quoins and is roofed in Collyweston stone slate. Significant additions to the property were made in the early 1900s.
Members of the Messenger team have worked on Allexton Hall for a number of years. The most recent works carried out were as a result of an insurance claim for damage to the internal fabric. This claim was due to both water ingress and structural movement.
The required repairs to decorative cornice and flat-bed ceilings were carried out following the water damage. All necessary high class decorations works were then undertaken to the effected rooms.
Structural movement had resulted in necessary repairs to the entrance porch terrazzo floor and the hallway wood block floor.