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Restoration Diary, Suffolk - August 2013
Using their expertise in building conservation, Graham and Rachael transformed this Medieval merchant's house into a glorious home.
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Restored to Glory
The farmer's wife said the cladding had been there for at least 50 years and she couldn't remember what the place looking like before. Needless to say, we wanted to find out.
Wattle & Daub - an explanation
Cob and daub are similar, being composed of mud and straw, but they are used in quite different ways.
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£400,000 - Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire
Grade II Listed Restored Thatched Cottage.
£239,950 - Winestead , East Yorkshire
Beautiful Cottage, dating back to 1806. Fully renovated and extended in 2002, paying particular attention to every detail and using all reclaimed materials.
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The Rising Damp Myth
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