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Past Development:
 
  • Past Development

INTRODUCTION

A 16th Century Listed traditional barn constructed of heavy Oak timber framing set in the Essex countryside and converted by City & Country. The barn had continued in farm-use right up until the 1990s, having most recently been used as a dairy, which had resulted in it being ‘extended’ in the form of modern farm buildings.

The restoration process involved the removal of the modern additions and the extensive repair of the existing structure, creating a single residence of character and style.

The barn included numerous bespoke features such as an ‘original’ staircase made entirely out of reclaimed oak beams (without the use of any modern fixings), and a miniature step-in wine cellar.

Testimonial
"For the Trust, it has taken five long years to reach this point but we are now delighted to be working alongside City & Country to make our vision a reality. Bentley Priory is an iconic building in three respects: it is an architectural masterpiece; a symbol of the Nation’s social history; and, it was Dowding’s headquarters during the Battle of Britain. While victory at Trafalgar saved England, victory in the Battle of Britain saved the world. City & Country..."

Air Chief Marshall Sir Brian Burridge, Chairman, Bentley Priory Battle of Britain Trust

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The New Yard at The General, Bristol

The New Yard offers a selection of contemporary one, two and three bedroom apartments, duplexes and houses in an enviable location only a short walk to...

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The stunning countryside and market towns of the South Downs National Park were key factors behind John and Carolyn Hewitt’s purchase of a second home at King Edward VII Estate.

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