16th Century Manor House, Cheshire Gets New Orangery

Project: 16th Century Manor House, Cheshire Gets New Orangery

A delightful contemporary orangery positioned to enjoy views of the pool and patio area. Attached to a 16th Century manor house in Cheshire, this Orangery brings modern living to a home that is predominantly traditional in other areas.

The large roof lantern features curved hips which add to its pleasing aesthetics.

This orangery is directly opposite a second orangery at the other end of the pool. The building blends in with existing barns and stables which surround it. This building sits amongst a well matured large plot with a 16th Century Manor House.

Colour                  Westbury Grey
Size                      8.5m x 6.7m ( 56.95m² )
Lantern                 6.2m x 2.7m
Location               Cheshire

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