Manor House, Kimpton,

The property is a Grade II* listed timber-framed manor house dating back to 1444. The project comprised the restoration of the property, removing nineteenth and twentieth century over-dressing on the façade, uncovering earlier phases of the building beneath, and adding a new rear extension. 

Following archaeological investigation and historical analysis, one of the earliest examples of brickwork in Hampshire was restored and a rare oriel window uncovered on site was reassembled and reinstated. The scheme centred around high quality repairs to the existing fabric and structure to restore the building to its intended use as a fine dwelling house.


Architect: Nigel Anderson, Director at ADAM Architecture.

Photography courtesy of ADAM Architecture.

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