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Past Development:
 
  • Past Development

INTRODUCTION

Originally built in circa 1880 as a family home the external architecture of Springfield Lodge in Hertford  is typical of the late Victorian period.

The house had been used as student bed-sits and had become institutionalised, scruffy and generally un-cared for by occupiers and owners with the bare minimum of repairs and protection to the building and original features. Design constraints particular to the site included: a steep gradient across the site, a finite amount of space for construction works and the location within a Conservation Area.

The site was successfully converted into seven spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments by City & Country in 2002 and it won a number of prestigious awards including:

  • The WhatHouse? Bronze Award for Best Renovation in 2002
  • The Evening Standard Award for Best New Apartment in 2002

The following is an extract from the judges report:

"Careful planning of the existing space has seen the creation of efficient layouts, which retain much of the original character and proportions of the rooms within the house. This is a gem, being the result of much thought, skill and innovation to renovate this building and bring it forward to create modern accommodation in a traditional setting."

Testimonial
"City & Country has a thoroughly well-deserved reputation as an outstanding residential developer, particularly of challenging sites with heritage assets. This has been achieved through its accomplished, highly professional and experienced team who are a pleasure to work with. Their dedication is second to none."

Peter Village QC

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King Edward VII Estate, Midhurst, Sussex

King Edward VII Estate sits within the South Downs National Park (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) in West Sussex, between Haslemere and Midhurst....

VIEW DEVELOPMENT

City & Country has a rare opportunity for house hunters to own the historic Grade II listed lodge house at King Edward VII Estate.

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