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Past Development:
 
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INTRODUCTION

The Grange comprises a group of Grade II and Grade II* Listed buildings arranged around a courtyard. The buildings are a mixture of styles including Tudor oak frames, fine Tudor brickwork, and Georgian facades with large sash windows.

The Grange started life as a Coaching Inn, known as The Swann and was later Council offices incorporating Stevenage’s Registry Office.

The challenges of the site were firstly incorporating a new build element which was sympathetic to the eclectic mix of existing period styles and the restoration, in some cases replication, of original features which had either been left neglected or been entirely lost.

The building was successfully converted into 8 townhouses and 6 apartments by City & Country and was the winner of the Bronze Award for Best Restoration at The What House? Awards in 2000. The judges commented:

"The work upon these buildings is the result of valuable co-operation between presentation, restoration and renovation. The work allowed the recording of information about methods of construction used at various times in this locality and has added to both knowledge and scholarship. This partnership between a commercial and responsible approach is important if lessons are to be learnt for the future."

Testimonial
"I just wanted to write a quick note to say that this morning I went round The General and was very impressed with the whole development from the layout and overall build quality, to the specific finishes. It was beautiful and better than your competitors. But what I really wanted to pass on was that I have been round several of your developments now and at every single one, every member of staff from the general labourer upwards have all been very polite,..."

Adam Greenwood, Director - Valuation Advisory, JLL

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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....

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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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