Wool House – Historic Country House – Stonor
Stonor Park is an historic country house and private deer park situated about 4 miles north of Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and is the ancestral home and seat of the Stonor family.
The main manor house build started c.1190 and was constructed over centuries. The house is of considerable architectural interest and contains a remarkable collection of old master paintings, European sculptures, stained glass and contemporary ceramics from Japan, Korea and Europe.
As well as the main manor house the site contains a 12th-century private chapel, the remains of a prehistoric stone circle, walled gardens, parks and The Wool Loft.
The Wool Loft, currently being used by the Stonor family as storage, was converted into Wool House, a 3 Bedroom property planned as a retirement home for the Lord and Lady Camoys once retired.
Wool House is an exceptional example of GA’s combined M&E capabilities in delivering projects completely in-house from design development through to project handover.
The Mechanical and Electrical Services consisted of:
LTHW Heating System, Lighting/External Lighting
Mains and Softened Cold Water Services and Pressurised Hot Water Service
Fire and Intruder Alarms, along with CCTV
Above Ground Drainage
Fuel Oil System
Data & Sky TV Package
Working collaboratively with Boshers Builders of Cholsely, King Shaw Associates and Nick Cox Architects the project was completed in August 2015.