Timber Orangeries for Listed and Historic Buildings
Orangeries for Listed Buildings
UK, Ireland, Europe & North America
Listed buildings are often beautiful pieces of architecture with historical and national importance that are considered worthy of protection. To live in one can be a thing of great pride, but they do come with certain restrictions.
Planning an extension for your listed building can come with many difficulties; don’t let this deter you! Here at Hampton Conservatories, we have over 35 years of experience working with these special properties, providing the necessary expertise to guide you through the process from start to finish. Before progressing with your orangery, you will need to request permission, known as ‘Listed Building Consent’, from your local planning authority. Our team is here to guide and support you with this.
A bespoke orangery extension is a beautiful statement feature to add to your home. Historically, an orangery was a statement of prestige and luxury, built only by the wealthiest of homeowners. In modern times, bespoke orangeries have become an increasingly popular choice when deciding to expand on your home, but have maintained the luxurious feel. With the perfect ratio of glass paired with a large roof lantern, our beautifully crafted orangeries are expertly designed to let in the perfect balance of light to create a bright, warm space within your home.
However you plan to utilise your new luxurious space, we can help you bring these dreams to life. Our expert design team will work with you to ensure the build harmonises perfectly with the existing architecture, seamlessly fitting in with the rest of the property.
If you think an orangery is a perfect fit for your listed building, contact us today to begin building the expansion of your dreams.
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Trusted Build Quality
“Working with Hampton Conservatories has been fantastic from start to finish. They have guided us through the complete process and we’re delighted now with our beautiful orangery. It looks as good as the day it was finished.”
– Mr Smith, London –
Georgian Listed Building Orangery in Northumberland
Stately Listed Building dating back to 1768, benefits from a traditional English Orangery for an extra living space which looks out onto the botanical gardens
16th Century Stone & Masonry Inspired Orangery in Jersey
This 16th century inspired design seamlessly complements original building through using local stone replicate