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Architect: Mitchell Evans, Godalming
Stoke Hall Ashlar sandstone walling
Sydenhurst is a luxury manor house built near Godalming. The build objective was to create a building with the appearance of a 200-year-old manor house - this required the use of natural stone for the project.
The buff Stoke Hall ashlar walling was selected to give the building its heritage appearance. Bespoke masonry features were crafted from Stoke Hall stone for the heads, cills, jambs and mullions.
The stone package was value-engineered in consultation with the architect and client to reduce the overall costs without compromising the grandeur of the building.
Stoke Hall carboniferous sandstone has technical properties ideal for rainscreen cladding, ashlar and masonry products.