Paxton Cottage

Paxton cottage, a Grade II listed 17th century timber frame Tudor cottage, is described in The Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments as follows:A 17th century timber frame cottage with whitewashed brick infill; ground floor and gable of…

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Survey: Victorian Terraced Home

This building is from 1898 and it has been just purchased by a new owner, a building "enthusiast" who intended to refurbish it as part of a DIY project. The owner has just stripped the walls by removing all wallpapers…

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Legerwood Church

Legerwood Church

Legerwood Kirk is an ancient and historic Church of Scotland church dating back to year 1127. The building has been suffering from dampness issues for a number of years. Being a Grade A listed building...
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Earlsgate House

Triage Central acquired this 150 years old category-B listed Victorian building in Stirling to become its new headquarters. The 4 storey building was in need for a complete refurbishment...
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