Richard Johnson Restorations

Somersham Park House

The Georgian Group Architectural Awards 2005
Commended Award for the Restoration of a Georgian Country House

Restoration of derelict Georgian country house with Victorian annex commenced April 2002. The front façade lead had split enabling the guttering to leak into the brick work and internal timbers. A 9 brick height difference had emerged due to subsidence from north to south gable. Ivy had taken a hold on South West gable, spreading through to the North East of the building. All the floors were in the cellar, little of the internal features remained….

Site of Palace of Bishop of Ely 1190 – 1770
Architectural links to Sir John Soane
Somersham Park House, completed in 2004

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Interior Views
Exterior Views >>
Before After Restoration Notes:
Transformation of the Dining Room
Dining Room
  • installed under floor heating to main house to minimise interruption to internal features

  • complete re-fit with internal carpentry
    in-keeping with history of the house
Central staircase of Somersham Park House
  • timber flooring suitable for underfloor heating but in-keeping with period
  • internal plasterwork to ceilings and walls in keeping with period
Before and after shots of the lounge
  • internal decoration and finishes in-keeping with the period of the house
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