Back in 2021 works began on this residential heritage property situated close to the beautiful Byland Abbey.
The now grade II listed Grange was first constructed in the mid 18th century as a farmhouse with the front of the house south-facing over the sunken garden looking out across the rolling North Yorkshire countryside views.
It is fair to say this property is unrecognisable after the major internal and external renovation and restoration works. All completed to the highest of standards and all in line with the National Park authority due to the historic nature of the building as well as the location within a conservation area.
The property has undergone stone masonry restoration including new stone heads, cills and large sections of stonewall replacement, sourced from a local stone supplier.
Its heritage looks have been upheld with the installation of new timber windows and a new handmade William Blyth Old English pantile roof and conservation rooflights.
Specialist lime plastering has been completed to the interior, with new decorations added throughout, and looking out to the gardens, you can see the primary building is not the only thing to have been transformed.
New external landscaping including a new sandstone patio, sunken fire pit as well as new garden steps and walls will allow our clients to take full advantage of the views the garden overlooks.
On top of this, a newly built timber birch cladded gymnasium with a zinc roof has been added, as well as the refurbishment of the existing tennis courts alongside a new timber built oak framed garage.
It was an absolute pleasure to be a part of this high-end residential refurbishment.