Natural Stone

Luxury Residence





The joints between the stone and the teak window frames were less than 5mm in width and designed to be left open










London Restoration were awarded both the internal and external stone contracts (£900,000) to build this unique property





AN EXTRAORDINARY MANSION
Built for a musician and songwriter, ‘we reckon he would have been in dire straights had he not chosen us to carryout his stonework’. The ground to first floor has been built in dressed Clipsham limestone with split Purbeck stone random walling. The intension was to create a property to appear timeless and as if it had been added to over the centuries. The roof tiles varied from clay peg tiles to stone and cedar shingles. The stone walling
curved outwards at the base and much of the dressed stone was 150 mm thick.


LIME MORTAR
All bedding mortar was St Astier NHL 3.5 combined with a predominantly sharp sand mix in a 1:2.5 mix ratio. Hydraulic lime was considered most suitable for the coastal environment. All fixings were in high quality marine grade 316 stainless steel.



This internal arched entrance doorway was constructed in solid full width Clipsham stone in order to take on the appearance of solid supporting masonry.


Luxury Mansion Beaulieu - Stonework Contract value £920,000
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