Hook Norton Manor

Grade II listed building in the Cotswolds

Hook Norton Manor is situated in the Cotswolds Oxfordshire. The village is well know for its brewery. The building was built in 1636 and now has been restored by its owner Kevin Twitty.

Our company had the contract to replace 90% of the windows, as they had been glazed in clear glass or were damaged. We replaced the steel casements and reglazed with traditional leaded lights.

In the pictures you will see what a difference we made to the overall view of the building.

View our other restoration commissions:

Bishop's Wood House and School House

Stourbridge Old Libary

St Peter's Church

Thornbridge Hall

Diocese Restoration Projects

 

 

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Sqaure leads replaced throughout the manor.
Compare the before and after pictures.

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traditional style handle