Hammer Hill House is a grand country house built in an elevated position high above the Severn Valley, commanding spectacular views to the Clee and Welsh Hills.
We were engaged by a private client to design a new wing for the house which was originally designed by Clough Williams-Ellis, known chiefly as the creator of the Italianate village of Portmeirion in North Wales. We were also engaged to refurbish the existing manor house. The new wing replicates the existing wing to the main house which itself was extensively refurbished as part of the project.
The master suite itself is a huge space, with a feature ceiling detail, a luxury dressing room with built-in wardrobes, dressing tables, seating, and a balcony, plus a bathroom suite with separate wet room. There are five further deluxe double en-suite bedrooms, each individually styled and three of which have their own dressing rooms.
The first floor also accommodates a room that is currently used as a games room. It easily accommodates a full-size snooker table. Further accommodation can be found in two period, three-bedroom gate houses, which are situated either side of the electronic gates, while the former coach house has been transformed into extensive garaging and modern office space. Should you need further space, there is planning permission for an agricultural building and a detached garage.
We can pride ourselves on refurbishing Hammer Hill House, along with other prestigious projects such as Hagley Hall and Croome Court.