18th Century country house

18th Century country house
The origins of the present house are from circa 1600, which has been successively extended and remodelled, principally in the 18th Century, apparently in 2 distinct phases, and then, c1857-68 by John Cunningham of Liverpool.
It is once more a family home and being lovingly restored with the help of prominent Marches architect Graham Moss.
McMillan & Holder have been involved in the restoration from the beginning.
Firstly McMillan & Holder provided the stone plinth, cornice and pediment to form an East porch entrance.
Additionally we supplied and installed a castellated bay leading on to the north lawn from the kitchen. As well as new drive entrance copings and caps.