The Coach House
The Coach House was built in the late nineteenth century for use as a stables for the main house, Springwell Place.
We are very proud of our achievements here as it presented one of our biggest challenges to date. When work began the building was a burned out shell with very little of the roof left & although the structure was mostly intact, it was unsafe. To add further complexity, several families of House Martins had made their homes in the soffits. House Martins are fully protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.
We undertook months of painstaking restoration work skilfully combined with modern construction techniques in order to create a building that not only looks original, but also performs at the energy efficiency levels of a new-build.
Today, like a Phoenix rising from the flames, we are proud to have restored The Coach House to its former glory.