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Basement / Cellar

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…
This 300 year old Georgian listed building has been meticulously refurbished over several years with the guidance of a…
This large commercial building, while being extended and refurbished, is also having change of use from offices to…
A 500 year old historic building with a vaulted cellar, which for the past 250 years has been operating as a pharmacy,…
The cellar of this multi-family home in Vienna was unusable, the dampness and musty smell made it unfit to be used even…
The 12th century winery of Klosterneuburg Monastery is only one of the oldest wine estates in Austria. Over the…
Legerwood Kirk is an ancient and historic church in Scotland, a grade A listed building dating back to year 1127.
This 150 years old 4-level Victorian building in Stirling was in need for a complete refurbishment, rising damp was…
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