Formerly the "Old Men's Baccy" - a 1930's smoking shelter - this unusual building could now be no further from its insalubrious origins.
Herrington Gate have transformed the building both outside and in. Fine handmade bricks now form the outer skin with stone mullioned Gothic styled Oak windows and front door allowing visitors a hint of what lies within..
Raised and fielded multi-panelled doors are flanked by fluted pillars with hand carved capitals in this atrium area. Detailed cornicing has a carved inscription of a family motto and the bowed cabinetry with curved cornice and skirting leads to a window seat which conceals a radiator.
The very grand (Arc de Triomphe) portico inner entrance ties in with the style of the cabinetry and has a contrasting painted finish. This leads to an open plan media room.