Friday, January 19, 2018

Alastair Matchett: Rectory and Garden Renovation Cotswolds UK

After half a century of decline, a Cotswolds house was crying out for salvation.
Be still my heart.
When Alastair Matchett bought the Gloucestershire rectory, one wing was not in use; the roof needed replacing; the flagstones needed re-laying or replacing; re-plumbing, re-wiring, and replastering were needed throughout. But he did it all with designer charm. Photo: SIMON BROWN
Read the article in The Telegraph and see one more photo here.

1 comment:

lisa said...

YES! Be still my beating heart, for sure! I have never been to the Cotswolds, but it's definitely on my bucket list.