Listed Cottage Flush Casement Windows
The Brockhampton Park Estate is steeped in history, built in the mid 1600s and heavily protected with a Grade II listing. In the late 1800s the estate underwent expansion, adding extra buildings such as a carriage house and a game house, with all of these extra buildings eventually becoming residences in the 1990s. One of the portions of the game house within the Gloucestershire manor is now the home of Mr & Mrs Brassington.
New, Authentic Windows for Listed Property
Under the very watchful eye of Cotswold District Council, the Brassingtons opted to improve their Grade II listed cottage (based on its curtilage to the main house). Such is the level of guardianship over the estate, any application was initially refused until the homeowners were able to demonstrate that a more elegant solution was available from the Timber Windows range when compared to the existing, 1990s-installed windows, resulting in approval of the application.
Elegant casement windows that preserve the home
The fine, true bars and putty finish against the ultra-slim double-glazed unit in our product is a much slimmer solution in comparison to those already installed.
“The windows are lovely. The craftsmanship and quality are excellent; the fitting was also carried out exceptionally well.”
“The putty work is amazing, extraordinarily good.”
“We’re very happy to be preserving the property. In areas without restrictions, structures tend to get ruined.”