Allesborough House in Pershore, Worcestershire – Grade II Listed
Allesborough House is an exceedingly rare find with very high heritage value and is a building you might hope to work on only a handful of times in a career.
Detailed research and interpretation by our buildings’ archaeologist shows the house to be of late medieval origin (1400 – 1455) with much of the fabric remaining in-situ such as a stone solar, wattle and daub panels, beautiful oak timber framing and is littered with ritualistic (or apotropaic) marks.
It was also found to have strong association with Pershore Abbey and the near-by Croome Estate, now in the ownership of the National Trust.
Design, Project Management & Contract Administration
Grant Funding Applications
Independent Timber & Damp Surveys
Quinquennial & Church Inspections
Responsible Retrofit of Traditional Buildings