Building Restoration Launceston (Part 1)
- Published: 25 January 2018 25 January 2018
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Leslie Cornell Building Restoration Ltd really are fortunate to get the opportunity to work on some remarkable Historic Building in Cornwall.
One of our current projects is the Restoration of a Grade II* Listed Building near Launceston, Cornwall. This property is steeped in history and richly deserves it’s Listed Building status.
The above Manor was originally a Medieval Hall and dates back to around the 15th Century.
This property has been in occupation since the 16th Century, and has had many alterations made to it. Over the intervening period, it has been a Manor and the heart of an Estate farm.
A date stone was added to the Manor in 1575.
The manor is located on the eastern edge of Bodmin Moor on what is reportedly the stage coach route to Penzance.
Our restoration works to this property have started and, so far, include:
- Restoration of Internal Bathroom – Removal of existing laths and replacing with new Riven Oak laths. Removal of existing Lime plaster and replacing with new Lime Plastering/Lime Pointing applications.
More information on the restoration of this Historic Building in Cornwall will be posted as the project progresses.
If you would like to discuss your Building Restoration in Cornwall, please Contact Us.
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