Palladian House Suffolk

This property is an incredible Grade II* listed Palladian house in Suffolk, based on a design by renowned architect Robert Adam in the 18th century. The building is particularly significant as it contains many Coade stone decorations. The stone is a highly durable and highly valuable material, akin to types of ceramics.

Project Summary

Messenger was awarded the contract for main construction works to re-roof part of the hall with repairs and redecorations to the rendered external walls, windows and doors; remodelling and redecoration to the service wing, a two storey extension to the North elevation to provide enhanced staff accommodation in part and associated external works and drainage.

Client:

Private

Architect:

Peregrine Bryant Architects

Duration:

113 weeks

Completion:

February 2021

Value:

£2.25m

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