Coleherne Court

Coleherne Court on Old Brompton Road is part of a group of large mansion blocks that have housed famous occupants such as the late Princess Diana, Sophie Rhys-Jones and the novelist Brigid Brophy. Coleherne Court, built between 1901 and 1904 comprises units of 5 bedrooms built in red brick and Portland stone. Sitting behind impressive iron railings, it is decorated with motifs and houses a large private garden.

 

Scope of Works:

  • Scaffold to access front elevations, lightwells and chimney stacks.

  • Roof repairs and renewal of lead, asphalt and felt roof areas and slates.

  • Rebuild No.4 chimney stacks retaining chimney pots.

  • Brick and coping stone repairs.

  • Stone cleaning using cold water and high pressure (Masons nebulous water clean).

  • Joinery repairs to all defective timbers.

  • Decoration to all previously painted surfaces including metal railings and over 200 original sash windows.

 

Contract Value: £195,000

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