Portland stone house
Portland stone house

Coursed ashlar walls with pronounced window surrounds with keystones. Two column entrance portico

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Portland stone house
Portland stone house

Coursed ashlar walls with pronounced window surrounds with keystones. Parapet walls and two chimneys have moulded string, with a moulded once weathered, coping

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Portland stone house
Portland stone house

Coursed ashlar walls with pronounced window surrounds with keystones. Two column entrance portico

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GEORGIAN-INSPIRED COUNTRY HOUSE

Located on the outskirts of a small Berkshire village near the River Thames, this new build property was constructed to replace a tired mid-1980’s property. This new property follows a more traditional ‘Georgian-inspired’ style which sits more comfortably with the surrounding properties. Following a thorough planning process a restricted palette of high quality materials were agreed. We were contracted to supply and fit the stonework. All main façades have coursed ashlar walls and pronounced window surrounds with keystones. A feature circular window sits at the front of the property above a two column entrance portico. The parapet walls and two chimneys have a moulded string, with a moulded, once weathered, coping.

Stone specified: Portland stone
Sector: Private residential

Architect: Anderson Orr Architects
Contractor: Christchurch Homes
Photography credit: Andrew Beasley

 

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