Cherry Burton Hall
Transcending time and trends with impeccable taste, the design of the newly refurbished, Cherry Burton Hall takes on tradition with creative flair, redefining the limits of conventional country style with bespoke Georgian whimsy. Working with our client, PJPS Construction were able to use modern building practices in order to match and enhance the original property’s grandeur, ensuring that their new home would remain a part of its conservation area’s rich history, whilst giving the family a beautiful space in which to create their own memories.
Built in 1790 and then remodelled in 1857-58, Cherry Burton Hall has been transformed and extended by PJPS Construction’s team. Working with architect, Mark Bramhall and project mangers, Delaney Marling Partnership they added a three-story west wing to the property, as well as demolishing and rebuilding a stable yard, equipped to house 6 horses with a tack room and manège. The building’s original 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms were also added to, with the house now boasting 11 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 4 reception rooms and a study - perfect for entertaining guests.
The west wing extension has been expertly built to seamlessly match the building’s original features; from woodwork to made-to-order radiators, no detail has been overlooked. Diligently sourcing rare materials, such as Westmoreland slate roof tiles that could only be sourced from the roof of the Canadian Embassy in London, director of PJPS Construction, Phil Jenkinson ensured that the challenging task of mirroring the original building’s classic architecture was executed without a hitch.
Embodying luxury without ostentation, when it came to the interior design of the house, the sky was the limit. From the reclaimed French oak floorboards that can also be found in Buckingham Palace, to the living moss wall, inspired by the interior at San Francisco International Airport, Cherry Burton Hall has been transformed into a truly unique family home.
Designed to stand the test of time, PJPS Construction is proud to be a part of the building’s history, combining classic and contemporary design with ingenuity and precision.