West Horsley Place

This Grade I Listed House, situated in a 300 acre Estate with important Grade II listed buildings, was owned by Mary, Duchess of Roxburgh, until her death in 2014. A surprised Bamber Gascoigne discovered that he had inherited the Estate in her will. The house and buildings in the grounds were in a very bad state of repair and Bamber decided to form a charity, with the intention of restoring the buildings to their former glory and providing a venue for the Grange Park Opera. The Mary Roxburgh Trust was born.

MTA have been appointed as part of the Architect’s team (David Lloyd-Jones) for the refurbishment/re-presentation of the house and development of outbuildings to form a new Arts Centre. As part of the phase 1 works, MTA will be surveying the existing services to the Main House, the Stables and Cottage 4 and proposing options to allow both fine dining in some rooms as part of Grange Park Opera’s Festival events and for the House to operate as a Wedding Venue, whilst the main refurbishment takes place over the next couple of years.

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