Case Study

Georgian-Inspired Country House, Berkshire

Located on the outskirts of a small Berkshire village near the River Thames, this new build was constructed to replace a tired mid-1980’s property. The new property follows a more traditional ‘Georgian-inspired’ style which sits more comfortably with the surrounding properties.

Following a thorough planning process a restricted palette of high quality materials were agreed. Cotswold Natural Stone were contracted to supply and fit the stonework.

All main façades have coursed ashlar walls and pronounced window surrounds with keystones. A feature circular window sits at the front of the property above a two column entrance portico. 

The parapet walls and two chimneys have a moulded string, with a moulded, once weathered, coping.

  • Stone specified:  Portland stone
  • Sector:  Private residential

Architect:  Anderson Orr Architects
Contractor:  Christchurch Homes
Photography credit: Andrew Beasley

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