MONK LODGE, RICHMOND
This former coach-house has been converted to create a stunning pair of mews houses.
MANOR HOUSE, STANMORE
An extensive refurbishment of this unique building not only saved it from neglect but also allowed English Heritage to award it with a Grade II listing after the refurbishment works were completed.
GUILFORD ST, LONDON
Set within a Grade II listed Georgian terrace, this property was constructed between 1793 – 1799 by developer James Burton. Burton is famed for developing for much of London’s prime real estate, including large areas around Bloomsbury and Regent’s Park.
HIGH ST, CLAPHAM
Clapham High Street is a prominent Grade II Listed Building prominently on the very popular Clapham High Street. The property was built in 1810 and became the first Dr. Barnado’s Home for young boys in 1902. Since that time, the building has been used for a variety of different purposes, including a traditional print works between the years 1939 – 2002, an antique furniture restoration business and a set for filmmakers and photographers.
In 2013 listed building consent and planning permission were granted to create impressive apartments, including a new second floor within a brand new mansard roof structure.
JOHN ST, LONDON
Nestled in one of London’s most fashionable postcodes; 21 John Street is a Grade II Listed building at the forefront of Art Deco Living in the heart of the capital.
John Street is being sympathetically restored and converted to create luxury apartments, bringing the building back to the pinnacle of London living. Each apartment is exclusively designed to complement its position within the building, with the lower level apartments benefiting from generous open floor plans and those on the upper stories enjoying magnificent views across the city.
SOUTHCOMBE ST, LONDON
Jaspar Group brought back a tired office building to create four beautiful apartments a leafy suburb of West London.