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This Grade B listed Georgian townhouse was designed and built by Scottish architect David Neave in 1817; celebrating…
Originally a farmhouse dating from the early 18th century, The Dairy House is a Grade II listed thatched cottage in…
This 300 year old Georgian listed building has been meticulously refurbished over several years with the guidance of a…
This beautiful old thatched cottage from Hampshire dating back to 1528 has been extensively and meticulously…
18th century cottages undergoes full refurbishment. With no original DPC, the builders have recommended the Aquapol…
This former 18th century farm building located on the Scottish countryside has been converted into a luxury residential…
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 old country house from Northern Ireland is a second generation family residence. Like most old buildings of its…
Ochiltree Castle is a Grade A listed 16th-century L plan tower house in West Lothian, Scotland, built in two stages as…
This 17th century listed cottage situated in the Conservation Area of the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding…
This Grade 2 listed building, a former mill, dating from the early 18th century, features a steel waterwheel and…
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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