Capesthorne Hall Stable Block – Conversion
Client:Mr W. A. Bromley-Davenport
Architect:Lloyd Evans Prichard
Contract Period:33 weeks
Contract Sum:£ 369000
Capesthorne Hall is an impressive residence in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. A Grade II* listed property it was built between 1719 and 1732 in the Jacobean/Tudor revival style. It is set in over 100 acres of picturesque landscaped grounds and countryside.
Alterations were made to the fabric of the building with new concrete ground floor slabs and new timber boarded upper floors. Glazed screens and internal partitions were added with new staircases, floors and wall and ceiling finishes. Modern mechanical and electrical installations were made to update the structure for its new use, with associated drainage and sanitary ware installed.
The existing two storey paint store and garage were formerly the stables and hay loft and lie in an enclosed courtyard. Lambert Walker were appointed by architects Lloyd Evans Prichard to convert this building into a suite of offices. The works included repairs to the existing masonry and brickwork walls, roofs, windows and doors.