Client: National Trust, Osterley House
Completed: 2017
Category: Historical Building
Contract Duration: 19 Weeks
Architect:
What we did...
  • Restoration & Cleaning
  • Stone Masonry & Brickwork
  • Joinery & Metalwork Repairs
  • Glazing Restoration
  • Redecoration Services

USL were delighted to work in partnership with National Trust to undertake the vital conservation and restoration of the spectacular mansion at Osterley Park House. This red-bricked elegant Neoclassical villa is one of the last surviving country estates in London. Late 18C redesign by Robert Adam for the Child family. It was an opulent socialite palace for entertaining friends and clients, fashioned for show.

Extensive external restoration and cleaning was required to the façade including stone repairs, re-pointing, render restoration, brickwork, joinery repairs to windows, rainwater goods, metalwork and redecoration services.

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Essential repairs to historical building preserve, conserve, restore and maintain for the educational and aesthetic benefit of the public now and into the future.

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