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Haseley Manor is an impressive Grade II Listed Building of note in the Hatton, Warwick area. It was commissioned in 1875 by mining engineer Alfred Hewlett and built to the design of architect William Young. The rock-faced stone building has an emphatic central tower and an abundance of turrets and chimneys which gives Haseley Manor an impressive and charismatic look.

We are currently undertaking ongoing works in collaboration with T I Jones Building which include the refurbishment and refitting of around 135 original Victorian steel windows along with the remaking of many highly decorative and coloured leaded light windows. The refurbishment covers the entire building from the top of the tower structure, down through three habitable floors to the basement level.

The development, run by Spitfire Bespoke Homes, is a comprehensive project creating houses and apartments set within the grounds of Haseley Manor. Nine intricately-designed new houses will occupy the grounds, whilst the Manor itself is set to be converted into 13 apartments.



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