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We were attracted to the beautiful Thameside village of Medmenham and to a terraced, former estate workers cottage.

These cottages were designed by the architect, whose previous works include the Tate Britain Gallery, to be “the best estate workers cottages in Britain”, as reported in Country Life in 1898.

As a result the terrace is Grade II listed. We bought a probate sale; the property had been unsympathetically altered and extended during the 1970s and we aimed to put back the original charm whilst creating attractive and functional space more suited to today’s needs.

The transformation included demolition of the modern additions; removal of all the modern internal alterations; rebuilding of better quality and more rationally laid out additions; total internal modernisation and re-landscaping of the gardens.