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Grade 2* listed residential building with cellar from 1637, with rising damp problems.
This listed residential building has been suffering from rising damp for a long time.
This Grade B listed Georgian townhouse was designed and built by Scottish architect David Neave in 1817; celebrating…
A 500 year old historic building with a vaulted cellar, which for the past 250 years has been operating as a pharmacy,…
A typical Scottish "4-in-a-block" type residential property with damp and mould problems.
This lovely 100+ years old countryside cottage from the Scottish Borders had dampness problems for a while, which just…
This 17th century listed cottage situated in the Conservation Area of the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding…
This 100+ year old cottage had dampness problems for years and felt very cold. Rising damp and various leaks needed to…
A 200 year old mid-terrace Grade 2 listed cottage, situated in a conservation village near the Rutland Water Nature…
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