Jackmill House, a Grade II* listed Jack Mill recently restored and re-developed by R W Armstrong has won the Sussex Heritage Trust Small Scale Residential Award. One of the Jack and Jill pair, it is located on the ridge of the South Downs National Park.

Jack Windmill had fallen into disrepair and the architects were commissioned to oversee its restoration and the redevelopment of the adjoining Granary and 1960s Mill House.

Architect: Featherstone Young Architects.
Quantity Surveyor: Stockdale, London

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