House Builders West Midlands
– We are always excited about working on a new job, big or small, but occasionally a project comes along that you really do want to be a part of; the Rigby Hall project is one such project.
Set in 1.4 acres of woodland and originally a nail-makers house, Rigby Hall was built in 1838, and even today you get a sense of its’ magnificence as you walk through the front door. Like most houses of this size, running costs would have been an ongoing problem, and the house was sold off in 1983 and converted into offices. Recently purchased by Pineapple Developments, it is currently being converted into six luxury apartments.
With the house refurbishment well underway, the land was ideally suited to accommodate three luxury houses set in tree-lined grounds; this is where Cameron Butcher come in. As quality house builders, we are ideally placed to take on projects like this where a certain high-level of finish is required and expected.
With Rigby Hall offering such luxury living space, it was only right that we continued the theme with the new build houses on the surrounding land. With the addition of three high quality, beautifully designed properties, we will be creating a secluded estate that future residents will be proud of.
Andy Kemp – MD Pineapple Developments
With each house offering four bedrooms, the properties will provide more than enough space for most families, and if kerb appeal is important to you, these link detached houses have it in abundance. With stone surround features to windows and doors and a character roof to include details to match those of the main hall, it will truly be a pleasure to return home after a hard day at the office.
With our team hard at work on site, we have site manager Dennis McDaid dealing with the day to day running of the site supported by our resident NHBC expert Sean Ryan, along with Ian Booth Project Managing back at head office.