Development Details

Lechlade Manor Grounds Lechlade on Thames

Kingerlee reinstated the Grade II listed Manor House to a family home and built within its grounds two detached houses and a new ‘stableblock’ of 22 homes.

The ancient Manor of Lechlade dates back to before the Norman Conquest although the current house was constructed in the late 19th century and until 1997 was the home of a prominent Covent School.

Kingerlee reinstated the Grade II listed Manor House to a family home and built within its grounds two detached houses and a new ‘stableblock’ of 22 homes. All the homes have been situated to take best advantage of views of the Great Park.

The Stables comprise a formally planned courtyard set around a Mulberry Tree and pleached limes. Traditional materials and detailing pay homage to the past and complement the local environment and sense of space.

The wood sash windows were made in Kingerlee’s own Joinery.

‘The Stables’ is another example of how we like our schemes to bear relation to their setting, enhancing and not jarring with their locality.

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