Medieval Kentish Farmhouse with alterations carried out in Jacobean, Georgian and Victorian periods.
Many of the windows and doors had to be replaced exactly as the original ones had been.
New and old windows and doors. Structural ties of traditional design.
This “york” pattern sliding sash window is unusual in that it slides sideways.
Ironmongery is restored, chosen from our extensive reclaimed stock, or manufactured in our workshops.
Traditional forged thumblatch from the reverse.
Thumblatch showing bean head.
Interior items are installed using traditional methods and look like it too…
A carefully stripped and waxed internal door.
Another waxed internal door with forged T hinges.
this brick floor has been completely relaid.
This is a copy of an original window. The original is next…
The original… The only difference is the trim that has been installed to hide shrinkage gaps. This window pattern is of a constructional design peculiar to houses in Egerton. As the house once belonged to the local builder in the 19th C, it may be that he made and designed these himself.
New kitchen furniture in traditional local styling.
Restored fireplace and side cupboard.
Timber framed garage with weatherboard cladding.