Squerryes Court, Westerham
August 24, 2013
Spatial Dimensions were recently commissioned to provide a full Measured Building Survey for Squerryes Court in Westerham in Kent, which was built in the reign of Charles II, in 1681 by Sir Nicholas Crisp.
After being opened to the public for 60 years a new generation of the Warde family, who own the Squerryes Estate are all set to move in and had to make the tough decision to close its doors to the public.
Our team here at Spatial Dimensions pride themselves on working with local people and being involved in notable local projects. Squerryes was a great example of this and we took great care and pleasure in measuring the stunning 17th century property.
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