House and Garden are showcasing the work of an interior designer, who has brought Rectory Park to life for the current owners.

With the oldest part of the property dating back to the 15th century, Rectory Park in Tonbridge, Kent was a complex and challenging project for Dædalus Conservation. The building’s medieval origins, and convoluted further development, are clearly visible from the exterior elevations.

Also involved were R W Armstrong, who constructed a new Pool House in the grounds. The combination of R W Armstrong and Dædalus Conservation brought together a team experienced in both modern and traditional construction techniques, delivering the project to 21st century standards while retaining the character and history of Rectory Park.

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