Restoration of a Grade I Listed Country House
Dorset

Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset
Restoration of an historic country house in Dorset

Chettle House is a Grade I listed country house built during the early eighteenth century to the design of the notable architect Thomas Archer. The house is located in extensive grounds south of Salisbury. During the 1950s the house was subdivided into apartments. The house has been restored and converted back into use as a single private house. As part of the work the surrounding parkland has also been restored.




Awards:
Georgian Group Award 2019 for Restoration of a Georgian country house

Restoration architect: Hugh Petter
Interior Designer: Ben Pentreath
Landscape architect: Pip Morrison







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