Great Tresenny Hall

With aspects dating back to the 13c, Great Tresenny Hall is a magnificent example of a medieval hall house and worthy of it’s Grade II* listing. Many original features remain including original board and muntin, wattle and daub infill panels, and an internal stone spiral staircase leading to the first floor solar.

Work carried out by Jones and Fraser included extensive new three coat lime plastering to lathe and rubble stone as well as the conservation of existing original plasters and wattle and daub panels. A number of rooms recieved insulated limecrete

floors with underfloor heating and finished in meticulously relaid original flagstones. Extensive window repair and remaking was also carried out with hand profiled mouldings occupying most aspects of the fenestration. New casements and leaded glazing finished theses superbly as well as masonry repairs to quoins and the fitting of  a new oak lintel.

As an ongoing project Jones and Fraser re-visit this wonderful house to carry out all aspects of conservation and restoration works.

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