Hampshire House – Video
With multiple phase of work evident from the 17th Century onwards, Hampshire House required Atkey and Company to design period timber doors, architraves and skirtings to suit each area.
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Hampshire House is a 15,000 ft sq. house incorporating multiple periods of extension and renovation over its history. Originally built in the 17th Century, it had borne witness to an 18th Century phase of work, with Regency updating to parts of that phase, as well as a late Victorian extension and further extension in the 1920s.
The property’s new owners had taken the decision to undertake a full renovation of the property and reinstate the correct period joinery throughout. This required Atkey and Company to design and manufacture period-perfect timber doors, architraves and skirtings to suit the different phases and relative statuses of the house’s various areas.
The result is an impressive large family home that shows off its numerous period charms with great aplomb.