This significant Country House was originally constructed in the 18th century whilst being added to and much altered over the years. It was in poor repair, with much water ingress through leaking roofs and valleys whilst the façades were also in very poor repair.
Refurbishing the centuries old roof of Woodbrook was a major technical operation that the architects and their designated contractors undertook with the utmost efficiency. Moreover, the project also involved the restoration and painting of the house’s facades as well as the upgrading of the existing electromechanical and plumbing systems.
On the internal redecorations front, the Architects were singularly successful in retaining the character of Woodbrook.