Turning a Grade I listed English country house into a home fit for a tech-savvy IT entrepreneur was always going to be a demanding project. But balancing heritage requirements and historical value with bleeding edge modern paraphernalia proved to be well worth it for owner, interior design team and conservation advisors alike.
Janine Stone walks us through the refurbishment process…
Originally owned by New College, Oxford, this 12th century Manor House had been extended through the centuries up to the 1930’s. The property had been variously used as a farmhouse
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