Jackmill House, a Grade II* Listed building, has been featured in the September issue of Country Life. The article highlights the redevelopment of a house within former windmill complex and the history of the building.

Jackmill had fallen into disrepair and the Featherstone Young Architects were commissioned to oversee its restoration and the redevelopment of the adjoining Granary and 1960s Mill House.

You can view the full article here.

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