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Past Development:
 
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INTRODUCTION

St. Margaretsbury House was believed to have been built circa 1760 as a rectory mansion with latter alterations and addition by Ernest Newton in 1890. The house was noted for Newton's quality features, most of which still existed.

In 1943 the house was bought by the Hertfordshire County Council and remained in its ownership until 1993 when it was acquired by City & Country.

The main house and outbuildings were meticulously restored and converted into 5 new homes, three within the main house and two within the stables/outbuildings. The development was 'Winner of the East Hertfordshire Rural Design Award' in 1994.

Testimonial
"Macquarie selected City & Country as its joint venture partner based on their track record and expertise in repositioning listed buildings. In the 3 yrs since formation of this relationship C&C have successfully achieved a viable planning outcome for the King Edward VII Hospital project in West Sussex which has reinforced Macquarie's view of C&C's expertise in handling this very specialised form of project."

Grant Monroe, Head of Macquarie Property Finance, Macquarie Bank Limited

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The Iron Foundry at The General, Bristol

The Iron Foundry forms part of the popular redevelopment of The General, the former Bristol hospital, and is ideally located adjacent to Bathurst Basin...

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City & Country has been restoring the historic Grade II listed former hospital back to its original exterior design of 1853, with the Ogee Dome one of the key features of the restoration.

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