This development in Warwick was incredibly unique, with an exceptional neighbour. The property formed part of a larger development of Grade II listed townhouses on Northgate Street.
This end of terrace property (one of eleven in the row) previously formed part of the council offices and required detailed restoration works both internally and externally. Its very illustrious neighbour (the Collegiate Church of St Mary) gave this property an extra focal point. As part of the overall masterplan for the site, a large garden was reinstated to the rear along with additional access and off-street private parking. Internally the existing staircase was carefully repaired and restored as were other key features such as windows, doors and fireplaces.
“The finest 18th century street in the Midlands”
Alec Clifton-Taylor OBE, Six More English Towns
Detailed collaboration between Developer, Contractor and Architect resulted in a sensitive and respectful scheme which not only met the approval of the Conservation Officer and Historic England but also the developers detailed brief. A stunning extended and restored property finished to a high standard.