The prestigious Coombe Hill Estate features a collection of outstanding, beautifully finished private properties in an illustrious area of the country. Previously, Mumford & Wood have been specified for new windows and doors at Coombe Pines, which you can read more about HERE. Following the impressive feedback this project received, Mumford & Wood have now been specified for another property on the estate.
The management of both properties was undertaken by Lifestyle Projects, renowned for their work designing, and building stunning, bespoke properties. Mumford & Wood have worked with Lifestyle Projects for a number of years and are ideally matched for their visions of how the homes should look when finished.
This 1930s property features 6 bedrooms over 3 floors and has been extended throughout its life. It reached a point however, where a large percentage of the windows and doors had come to the end of their life and as such, needed to be replaced. Jono Webb of Lifestyle Projects comments “Due to our reputation in the local area, we were brought on board for this refurbishment project which included 75% of the windows being replaced. As we have worked with Mumford & Wood for over 5 years now on a variety of projects, they were our natural choice for this property”.
Traditional sash windows, flush casement windows and French doors from the Mumford & Wood Conservation range were specified in White across the property.
The new windows and doors have helped achieve Lifestyle Projects’ goal for the home, and Jono Webb explains “the windows look great and really complement the building. The proportions work well both internally and externally, and allow for plenty of natural light, making the rooms feel large and spacious”.
“We have always enjoyed working with Mumford & Wood. The products are all manufactured in the UK and of a very high quality. The sales and projects teams are very helpful and always on hand to help, and their knowledge really helps make the difference when it comes to the specification, specific detailing and handling the small changes which inevitably occur with projects such as these”.