Early-Georgian Farmhouse, Trim


This is an interesting example of a small early-Georgian gentleman’s house and demesne. The house had suffered a series of unsympathetic alterations in the twentieth century which diminished its essential character and appearance and these were addressed in a scheme of comprehensive restoration works. This included re-fenestration with new sash and casement windows based on typical early-Georgian exemplars and restoration of lime render with a copperas limewash. Alterations and additions were made to the side wings restoring essential symmetry and balance to the entrance front while enhancing the functionality and quality of the accommodation including the successful integration of a disused outhouse to create a new dining room.