Built in 1818 as a mansion, this Georgian Grade ll listed home later was extended became a hospital. At its peak it housed 1000 asylum patients and became an iconic building on the Stafford landscape.
Shropshire Homes, who have earned a significant reputation for the regeneration of historic sites into desirable living spaces, for 3 years transformed this once derelict ruin in to St George’s Mansions. A series of 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. It’s a celebration of the old Georgian legacy and the best of 21st century modern living and a testimonial to the diligence and commitment of Shropshire Homes.
McMillan & Holder were invited by Shropshire Homes to assist with this restoration and renovation. Where necessary we supplied stone to replace, the technical knowledge to retain, and the conservation skills to retore.